Ohioans Could Have A Chance To Vote On State Lawmaker Term Limits
Some fear the term limit issue could drag down another issue already set for this Fall's ballot: redistricting reform.
However, others--such as Republican Senator Frank LaRose of the Akron area--believe the two issues could appear like both sides of the same coin.
"The best term limit is a competitive election every two or four years and if we continue to improve our redistricting process…then I think we'll be moving more towards those competitive elections," said LaRose.
The Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission vote on a proposal to send to the General Assembly by May. Then it's up to the General Assembly to decide if it should go on the 2015 or 2016 ballot.