Posted by | October 25, 2010 21:02 | Filed under: Top Stories

New York’s Mayor Bloomberg believes that no one but him should be mayor of New York for more than two terms.  After working to remove the two-term limit so he could serve once again, Bloomberg wants to change the law back.

A spokesman says Bloomberg only supported three terms for himself, because the situation was extraordinary.

At the time, Bloomberg said the city needed him to get through the financial crisis. He promised he’d convene a charter commission to put the question before voters again.

Voters will consider it next Tuesday. The question asks whether to amend the city’s charter to two terms. If voters check “yes,” the law will be changed back to two consecutive four-year terms.

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