SPRINGFIELD, Mo.- Amendment 1 has been voted down in Missouri.
The bill lost by 154,772 votes.
Amendment 1 asks voters if some state-elected officials should be restricted to two-term limits. If passed, the Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor and the Attorney General would have had two-term limits.
Currently, the governor, treasurer, and members of the general assemble are constricted to eight-year terms. Missouri voters approved governor term limits in 1965, treasurer in 1970, and general assembly restrictions in 1992.