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Suffolk County GOP Files Legislation to Set New Term Limit Laws

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Suffolk County Legislature Presiding Officer Kevin McCaffrey and the Republican Majority announced new legislation at a press conference on Thursday, May 12, a part of the GOP majority’s “People Before Politics” slate of government reform laws.
The new law limits serving in the offices of County Executive, County Comptroller and Legislator to 12 years in total, regardless of the being consecutive terms. Currently, these offices are limited to 12 consecutive years in their office, and after waiting one term can again seek the same office.
Currently, these offices are limited to 12 consecutive years in their office, and after waiting one term can again seek the same office.

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