AN ACT TO LIMIT THE GOVERNOR AND THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TO A LIFETIME MAXIMUM OF TWO TERMS.
Subject to voter approval at the general election in November 2018, amends Section 2 of Article III of the North Carolina Constitution to provide that no person may serve more than two terms (was, two consecutive terms) as Governor or as the Lieutenant Governor, beginning with terms of office commencing on or after January 1, 2021.
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