ELECTIONS. TERM LIMIT DECLARATIONS FOR CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES. INITIATIVE STATUTE. • Permits congressional candidates to voluntarily sign non-binding declaration of intention to serve no more than three terms in House of Representatives or two terms in the United States Senate. • Requires placement of information on ballots and state-sponsored voter education materials when authorized by candidates. • Candidates may appear on official ballot without submitting declaration. • Declaration by winning candidate applies to future elections for same office. Summary of Legislative Analyst’s Estimate of Net State and Local Government Fiscal Impact: • Unknown, but probably not significant, election costs to the state and counties.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 2737274; A: 40.4; N: 4032355; B: 59.6
GEORGE E. MARTINEZ, Community Activist; SALLY REED IMPASTATO, Proponent, California Term Limit Committee; LEWIS K. UHLER, President, National Tax Limitation Committee
MARK WHISLER, President, Sacramento City Taxpayers' Rights League
Rebuttal Against Author
LISA POWERS, Northern California Co-Chair, California Term Limit Committee; JUAN CARLOS ROS, Community Activist; DWIGHT FILLEY, Southern California Co-Chair, California Term Limit Committee
Elections. Term Limit Declarations for Congressional Candidates. California Proposition 27 (2000).