As of October 2014, Jerry Brown is the governor of California. Brown was elected governor in 2010, marking the third time he had been elected to the office. He originally served as governor of California from 1975 until ... More »

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The term limits for governors in the 36 states that have them vary. The most common type of term limit in these states is two consecutive terms. More »

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Every state has its own constitution in which governor term limits are outlined. There are 37 states that place various term limits on state governors and elections. More »

California voting guidelines include eligibility rules that indicate only U.S. citizens who are California residents and are at least 18 years old on election day can vote, according to the California Secretary of State ... More »

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In the 2014 Minnesota elections, Democrat Al Franken won the race for Senate; Democrat Mark Dayton retained his seat as governor; Democrat Lori Swanson assumed the title of attorney general; Steve Simon, a Democrat, beca... More »

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Notable contributors to Florida governor Rick Scott's 2014 campaign included Donald Trump, former governor Jeb Bush, golfer Jack Nicklaus, former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula and Elon Musk of SpaceX and Tesla. Business... More »

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In the 2014 election for Illinois governor, Republican challenger Bruce Rauner defeated Democratic incumbent Pat Quinn. Rauner captured 1,781,052 votes, representing 50.8 percent of the total, and Quinn won 1,609,152 vot... More »

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