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Examiner Local Editorial: Four years running Virginia is enough

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Every four years, when Virginia's gubernatorial election season gets underway, residents of the commonwealth are reminded that their governors are the only ones in the nation not allowed to serve consecutive terms. They can serve more than one nonconsecutive term, but this hasn't happened since Mills Godwin was re-elected in 1974, after serving as governor from 1966 to 1970. The prohibition on...

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