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The CRC completed its work and submitted its final report. This website is maintained for archival purposes.
Any state, city, county, or similar government official who is elected by the electorate in Florida shall be limited to 3 terms in a specific office if there is no term limit in force by law or this Constitution for that office. However, if the term for a given office is two years or less, there shall be for that office a limit of four terms for each person who holds that office. This section specifically includes the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the state government; and counties, municipalities, and districts; and each constitutional officer, board, and commission, or entity created pursuant to law or this Constitution that is voted on by the electorate of the respective region.