February 11, 2020 •
Honolulu Voters Will Decide On Two-Term Limit for Prosecutor
Voters in the November 3 election will decide whether the Honolulu prosecuting attorney should be limited to two consecutive four-year terms.
Honolulu City Council members voted unanimously on January 29 to add the measure to the 2020 election ballot.
Voters last addressed a potential term limit on the prosecutor in 2016.
That year, citizens voted down a measure that would have established a three-year term limit for the prosecuting attorney, the mayor and council members.
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