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Joint Resolution 0007

Joint Resolution 0007

ARCHIVE (2000)

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Terms of county officers. Amends the Constitution of the State of Indiana to provide that: (1) the term of a constitutional county officer is six years beginning January 1 after the election; and (2) a person may not be elected to a constitutional county office more than two times in any 12 year period. (Under the current constitutional provision, the term of office is four years and a person may not serve in any of the constitutional county offices for more than eight years in any 12 year period.) This proposed amendment has not been previously agreed to by a general assembly.
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