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Senate Term Limits

Subjects
General Assembly
State Government
Published
01/30/2019

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Senator Senate District Next Election for District Date Sworn In Year Term Limited
Bridges, Jeff 26 2020 01/14/19* 2028
Cooke, John 13 2022 01/07/15 2022
Coram, Don 6 2022 01/11/17* 2026
Court, Lois 31 2020 01/11/17 2024
Crowder, Larry 35 2020 01/09/13 2020
Danielson, Jessie 20 2022 01/04/19 2026
Donovan, Kerry 5 2022 01/07/15 2022
Fenberg, Stephen 18 2020 01/11/17 2024
Fields, Rhonda 29 2020 01/11/17 2024
Foote, Mike 17 2020 01/04/19 2024
Garcia, Leroy 3 2022 01/09/13 2022
Gardner, Bob 12 2020 01/11/17 2024
Ginal, Joann 14 2020 01/04/19 2024
Gonzales, Julie 34 2022 01/04/19 2026
Hill, Owen 10 2020 01/09/13 2020
Hisey, Dennis 2 2022 01/04/19 2026
Holbert, Chris 30 2022 01/07/15 2022
Lee, Pete 11 2022 01/04/19 2026
Lundeen, Paul 9 2022 01/04/19 2026
Marble, Vicki 23 2020 01/09/13 2020
Moreno, Dominick 21 2020 01/11/17 2024
Pettersen, Brittany 22 2022 01/04/19 2026
Priola, Kevin 25 2020 01/11/17 2024
Rankin, Robert 8 2020 01/23/19* 2028
Rodriguez, Robert 32 2022 01/04/19 2026
Scott, Ray 7 2022 01/07/15 2022
Smallwood, Jim 4 2020 01/11/17 2024
Sonnenberg, Jerry 1 2022 01/07/15 2022
Story, Tammy 16 2022 01/04/19 2026
Tate, Jack 27 2020 01/05/16* 2024
Todd, Nancy 28 2020 01/09/13 2020
Williams, Angela 33 2020 01/11/17 2024
Winter, Faith 24 2022 01/04/19 2026
Woodward, Rob 15 2022 01/04/19 2026
Zenzinger, Rachel 19 2020 01/11/17 2024

*Article V, Section 3, of the Colorado Constitution provides that senators be elected for a term of four years. It also states that in order to broaden the opportunities for public service and to assure that the General Assembly is representative of Colorado citizens, no senator may serve more than two consecutive terms in the Senate. This limitation on the number of terms applies to terms of office beginning on or after January 1, 1991. Any person appointed or elected to fill a vacancy in the General Assembly and who serves at least one-half of a term of office is considered to have served a term in that office for purposes of the constitutional limit on terms. Terms are considered consecutive unless they are at least four years apart.