"Voluntary United States Senate Term Limits Declaration Form" - Colorado

Voluntary United States Senate Term Limits Declaration Form is a legal document that was released by the Colorado Secretary of State - a government authority operating within Colorado.

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Colorado Secretary of State
Elections Division
1700 Broadway, Ste. 270
Denver, CO 80290
Ph:
(303) 894-2200 x 3
Fax:
(303) 869-4861
www.sos.state.co.us
VOLUNTARY UNITED STATES SENATE TERM LIMITS DECLARATION
[Colorado Constitution, Article XVIII, Section 12a]
Term Limits Declaration One
Part A: I,
, voluntarily declare that, if elected, I will not serve in the United States Senate
more than 2 terms after the effective date of the Congressional Term Limits Declaration Act of 1998.
Signature by candidate executes Part A
Date
Part B: I,
, authorize and request that the Secretary of State place the ballot designation,
“Signed declaration to limit service to no more than 2 terms” next to my name on every election ballot and in all government-
sponsored voter education material in which my name appears as a candidate for the office to which Term Limit Declaration One
refers.
Signature by candidate executes Part B
Date
Term Limits Declaration Two
Part A: I,
, have voluntarily chosen not to sign Term Limits Declaration One. If I had
signed that declaration, I would have voluntarily agreed to limit my service in the United States Senate to no more than 2 terms after
the passage of the Congressional Term Limits Declaration Amendment of 1998.
Signature by candidate executes Part A
Date
After executing Part A, a candidate may execute and submit the voluntary statement in Part B.
Part B: I,
, authorize and request that the Secretary of State place the ballot designation,
“Chose not to sign declaration to limit service to 2 terms” next to my name on every official election ballot and in all government-
sponsored voter education material in which my name appears as a candidate for the office to which Term Limits Declaration Two
refers.
Signature by candidate executes Part B
Date
Colorado Secretary of State Form 07/07
Below Space For Office Use Only
Colorado Secretary of State
Elections Division
1700 Broadway, Ste. 270
Denver, CO 80290
Ph:
(303) 894-2200 x 3
Fax:
(303) 869-4861
www.sos.state.co.us
VOLUNTARY UNITED STATES SENATE TERM LIMITS DECLARATION
[Colorado Constitution, Article XVIII, Section 12a]
Term Limits Declaration One
Part A: I,
, voluntarily declare that, if elected, I will not serve in the United States Senate
more than 2 terms after the effective date of the Congressional Term Limits Declaration Act of 1998.
Signature by candidate executes Part A
Date
Part B: I,
, authorize and request that the Secretary of State place the ballot designation,
“Signed declaration to limit service to no more than 2 terms” next to my name on every election ballot and in all government-
sponsored voter education material in which my name appears as a candidate for the office to which Term Limit Declaration One
refers.
Signature by candidate executes Part B
Date
Term Limits Declaration Two
Part A: I,
, have voluntarily chosen not to sign Term Limits Declaration One. If I had
signed that declaration, I would have voluntarily agreed to limit my service in the United States Senate to no more than 2 terms after
the passage of the Congressional Term Limits Declaration Amendment of 1998.
Signature by candidate executes Part A
Date
After executing Part A, a candidate may execute and submit the voluntary statement in Part B.
Part B: I,
, authorize and request that the Secretary of State place the ballot designation,
“Chose not to sign declaration to limit service to 2 terms” next to my name on every official election ballot and in all government-
sponsored voter education material in which my name appears as a candidate for the office to which Term Limits Declaration Two
refers.
Signature by candidate executes Part B
Date
Colorado Secretary of State Form 07/07