Mesa County Term Limit Limitations Increase Measures, 5 (November 2009)

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Five Term Limit Limitations Increase Measures appeared on the November 3 ballot in Mesa County in different districts.

Measure 1A

Measure 1A, Term Limits for District Attorney, asked county voters if they wanted to allow the District Attorney to have an additional term added to the current limit.[1]

Ballot language

The ballot language read as follows:

Shall term limits for the office of District Attorney for the 21st Judicial District (Mesa County) be lengthened one additional term (for a maximum of three consecutive terms) as authorized by Article XVIII Section 11, of the Colorado Constitution?

Election results

The measure was approved.[2]

Measure 1A
Result Votes Percentage
Approveda Yes 15,153 55.0%
No 12,169 44.2%
Total votes 27,322 100.00%
Voter turnout NA%


Measure 1B

Measure 1B asked county voters if they wanted to allow the County Sheriff to have an additional term added to the current limit.[1]

Ballot language

The ballot language read as follows:

Shall the term limits of the Colorado Constitution for the office of Mesa County Sheriff be lengthened to one additional term (for a maximum of three consecutive terms) as authorized by Article XVIII Section 11, of the Colorado Constitution?

Election results

The measure was approved.[2]

Measure 1B
Result Votes Percentage
Approveda Yes 15,978 58.0%
No 11,349 41.2%
Total votes 27,327 100.00%
Voter turnout NA%


Measure 1C

Measure 1C asked county voters if they wanted to allow the County Coroner to have an additional term added to the current limit.[1]

Ballot language

The ballot language read as follows:

Shall the term limits of the Colorado Constitution for the office of Mesa County Coroner be lengthened to one additional term (for a maximum of three consecutive terms) as authorized by Article XVIII Section 11, of the Colorado Constitution?

Election results

The measure was approved.[2]

Measure 1C
Result Votes Percentage
Approveda Yes 17,883 64.9%
No 9,443 34.3%
Total votes 27,326 100.00%
Voter turnout NA%


Measure 3A

Measure 3A asked Plateau Valley School District voters if they wanted to allow the school directors to have no limit on the terms they can serve.[1]

Ballot language

The ballot language read as follows:

Shall the limitations on consecutive terms of office imposed by Article 18, Section 11, of the Colorado Constitution be eliminated for school directors of Plateau Valley School District No. 50?

Election results

The measure was defeated.[2]

Measure 3A
Result Votes Percentage
Defeatedd No 366 58.4%
Yes 256 40.8%
Total votes 622 100.00%
Voter turnout NA%


Measure 5A

Measure 5A asked Mesa Water and Sanitation District voters if they wanted to eliminate the term limits that are in place currently.[1]

Ballot language

The ballot language read as follows:

Shall the electorate of the Mesa Water and Sanitation District eliminate the term limits established by Article XVIII, Section 11 of the Colorado Constitution?

Election results

The measure was defeated.[2]

Measure 5A
Result Votes Percentage
Defeatedd No 21 51.2%
Yes 17 41.5%
Total votes 38 100.00%
Voter turnout NA%


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