An effort by Jeffco District Attorney Scott Storey to extend term limits for his office might be over before the question even goes to voters.
Storey, who began his second term in January, has been trying to get support to extend limits for his and the sheriff's office to three terms, or 12 consecutive years. Current law allows for two consecutive terms, or eight years, for all Jefferson County elected officials.
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