By: Mark Roper
Sep 27, 2022
Term limits for Baltimore city elected officials is a question being posed to voters on the November ballot.
Community leaders plan to rally Tuesday morning at the War Memorial plaza in front of City Hall to show their support limiting elected officials to serving only two terms in office.
Question K on the November ballot sets out to limit the mayor, comptroller, city council president, and city council members to serving only two consecutive terms or no more than eight years during any 12-year period.
A group calling itself the People for Elected Accountability and Civic Engagement or Peace for short, plan to speak out Tuesday morning to show their support for limiting just how long someone can hold office at Baltimore City Hall.