The Missouri Senate proposed a two term limit for all statewide officials, following the governor's lead.
Wrap: The bill would limit Missouri's lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general and auditor to two four-year terms each. The governor, treasurer and legislative officials are all currently limited.
Republican Senator Will Kraus said Missourians want term limits and all statewide officials should be equally limited.
Democratic Senator Jason Holsman said institutional knowledge is lost when an elected official is term limited.
Reporting from the state Capitol, I'm Jack Morrisroe.