Constitution provides for constitutional officers which are the attorney
general, secretary of state, auditor, treasurer, and commissioner of school
and public lands who hold their office for a term
of four years. These officials are limited to two consecutive terms. These
offices provide important functions of state government such as legal
representation, official filing duties, election administration, processing
of state payments, receipt of payments to the
state, and administering school and public lands. These duties are separate
from the legislative, executive and judicial branches.
public utilities commissioners are elected for six-year terms on a staggered
basis. There are no term limits for public utilities commission members.