SJR 14 - This constitutional amendment, if approved by the voters, prohibits any person from being elected to the office of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, or Attorney General more than twice. Any person who holds such an office for more than two years of a term for which another person was elected shall not be elected more than once to that office.
This provision is substantially similar to HJR 51 (2018), SJR 14 (2017), HJR 7 (2017), HJR 88 (2016), SJR 47 (2014), HJR 70 (2014), SJR 19 (2013), SJR 23 (2012), SJR 26 (2012), and SJR 7 (2011).
This constitutional amendment also provides that no person shall be elected to serve more than 16 years total in the General Assembly, regardless of which house.
This provision is similar to a provision in SJR 13 (2019) and the perfected SJR 27 (2018).