Molinaro calls for term limits
Jun 08, 2018 12:34 pm
Kenneth Lovett reports for The New York Daily News that Marc Molinaro, running New York governor, said June 7 that if elected, he’d only serve no more than two terms, and wants term limits for other state officials. Molinaro, a Republican, is currently in his second term as Dutchess County Executive. He is proposing that the governor, attorney general, and state controller would be limited to no more than two four-year terms. Citizens would also not be allowed to vote for legislators after six two-year terms, under Molinaro's proposal. "To show the Legislature I am serious, I will start with my own imposed term limits, with or without them,” said Molinaro. Read the full story in The New York Daily News.