Synopsis As Introduced Proposes to amend the Legislature and Executive Articles of the Illinois Constitution. Provides that a person may not be elected to the office of State Senator or State Representative for terms totalling more than 12 years in each office. Provides that a person may not be elected to any single Executive Branch office for terms totalling more than 8 years in each office. Provides that service prior to the date of the adoption of the amendment shall be considered in the calculation of a person's service. Provides that any person in office at the time of the adoption of this amendment to the Illinois Constitution who meets the specified term limitation shall be allowed to complete his or her term of office. Proposes to amend the Finance Article of the Illinois Constitution. Provides that the Auditor General shall serve a term of 4 years (rather than 10 years), and shall not be eligible for reappointment. Specifies that the provision shall apply to service as Auditor General prior to the adoption of the amendment. Provides further requirements concerning any person serving as the Auditor General at the time of the adoption of the amendment. Effective upon being declared adopted.