Term Limits have long been a debated topic in politics at both the federal and state level. Many see term limits as a strong check and balance on “public servants” and prevent them from becoming “career politicians” dependent on their public service job. Some argue that the longer a politician is in office the more susceptible they become to corruption and being “bought off” for their votes. Others argue that term limits prohibit good public servants from continuing to serve.
This quiz does not specifically address those arguments but instead educates the reader on the history of term limits in Arkansas, current Arkansas term limits, and a look at the proposed term limits under a citizen’s initiative that may appear on the ballot in November.
For a complete history of Arkansas Term Limits, please visit HERE.
To learn more about the proposed constitutional ballot initiative that may appear on the November ballot, please visit HERE.