Difference between revisions of "Secretaries of State with term limits"

From Ballotpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 69: Line 69:
 
| align="center" |  8 out of 12 years
 
| align="center" |  8 out of 12 years
 
| align="center" | 1970
 
| align="center" | 1970
| align="center" |  
+
| align="center" | 1971
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Iowa Secretary of State]]
 
| [[Iowa Secretary of State]]
Line 84: Line 84:
 
| align="center" |  2 consecutive terms
 
| align="center" |  2 consecutive terms
 
| align="center" | 1992
 
| align="center" | 1992
| align="center" |  
+
| align="center" | 1993
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Louisiana Secretary of State]]
 
| [[Louisiana Secretary of State]]
Line 129: Line 129:
 
| align="center" |  8 out of 16 years
 
| align="center" |  8 out of 16 years
 
| align="center" | 1992
 
| align="center" | 1992
| align="center" |  
+
| align="center" | 1993
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Nebraska Secretary of State]]
 
| [[Nebraska Secretary of State]]

Revision as of 09:50, 26 December 2013

Voting on
Term Limits
Term limits.jpg
Ballot Measures
By state
By year
Not on ballot

State legislative
term limits

Gubernatorial
term limits
Lieutenant Governors
term limits
Secretaries of State
term limits
Attorneys General
term limits
State executive
term limits
In fifteen states, the office of Secretary of State is subject to term limits. Most states with term limits specify that an office-holder may serve two consecutive terms. Most states do not specify that the two terms are an absolute limit, so that a former Secretary of State may usually run again after a time, usually unspecified, out of office.

States with Secretary of State term limits

Name of state Limits in effect Year limits imposed Year limits took effect
Alabama Secretary of State no successive term
Arizona Secretary of State 2 consecutive terms 1992 1993
Arkansas Secretary of State 2 terms 1992 1993
California Secretary of State 2 consecutive terms 1990
Colorado Secretary of State 2 consecutive terms 1990 1991
Connecticut Secretary of State no term limits
Delaware Secretary of State no term limits
Florida Secretary of State no term limits
Georgia Secretary of State no term limits
Idaho Secretary of State no term limits
Illinois Secretary of State no term limits
Indiana Secretary of State 8 out of 12 years 1970 1971
Iowa Secretary of State no term limits
Kansas Secretary of State no term limits
Kentucky Secretary of State 2 consecutive terms 1992 1993
Louisiana Secretary of State no term limits
Maine Secretary of State 4 2-year terms.
Maryland Secretary of State no term limits
Massachusetts Secretary of State no term limits
Michigan Secretary of State 2 consecutive terms 1992 1993
Minnesota Secretary of State no term limits
Mississippi Secretary of State no term limits
Missouri Secretary of State no term limits
Montana Secretary of State 8 out of 16 years 1992 1993
Nebraska Secretary of State no term limits
Nevada Secretary of State 2 terms
New Hampshire Secretary of State no term limits
New Jersey Secretary of State no term limits
New Mexico Secretary of State 2 terms followed by
1 full term out of office
1986 1990
New York Secretary of State no term limits
North Carolina Secretary of State no term limits
North Dakota Secretary of State no term limits
Ohio Secretary of State 2 consecutive terms 1992 1995
Oklahoma Secretary of State no term limits
Oregon Secretary of State 8 out of 12 years 1857 1859
Pennsylvania Secretary of State no term limits
Rhode Island Secretary of State 2 terms followed by
1 full term out of office
South Carolina Secretary of State no term limits
South Dakota Secretary of State 2 terms followed by
1 full term out of office
1992 1992
Tennessee Secretary of State no term limits
Texas Secretary of State no term limits
Vermont Secretary of State no term limits
Virginia Secretary of State no term limits
Washington Secretary of State no term limits
West Virginia Secretary of State no term limits
Wisconsin Secretary of State no term limits
Wyoming Secretary of State no term limits
[1]

See also

External links

References

  1. [1] "Executive branch term limits from U.S. Term Limits"