129th General Assembly, Regular Session, pt. 6 1 (2011-2012)

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                           (129th General Assembly)
                    (Amended House Joint Resolution Number 1)



         JOINT RESOLUTION



      Proposing to amend  Section 6 of Article IV and to repeal
         Sections 19 and 22 of Article IV of the Constitution of
         the State of Ohio to change the age at and after which a
         person may  not  be elected or appointed to a judicial
         office and to  eliminate the authority of the General
         Assembly   to establish courts of conciliation and  to
         reappoint a Supreme Court commission.



    Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, three-fifths
of the members  elected to each house concurring herein, that there shall be
submitted to the electors of the state, in the manner prescribed by law at the
general election to be held on November   8, 2011, a proposal to amend
Section 6 of Article IV of the Constitution of the State of Ohio to read as
follows:

                             ARTICLE   IV
    Section 6. (A)(1) The chief justice and the justices of the supreme court
shall be elected by the electors of the state at large, for terms of not less than
six years.
    (2) The judges of the courts of appeals shall be elected by the electors of
their respective appellate districts, for terms of not less than six years.
    (3) The judges of the courts of common pleas and the divisions thereof
shall be elected by the electors of the counties, districts, or, as may be
provided by  law, other subdivisions, in which their respective courts are
located, for terms of not less than six years, and each judge of a court of
common   pleas or division thereof shall reside during his term of office in the
county, district, or subdivision in which his court is located.
    (4) Terms of office of all judges shall begin on the days fixed by law,
and laws shall be enacted to prescribe the times and mode of their election.
    (B) The  judges of the  supreme  court, courts of appeals, courts of
common   pleas, and divisions thereof, and of all courts of record established
by law, shall, at stated times, receive, for their services such compensation

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