NEW YORK - New York City voters overwhelmingly approved three proposals to revise the city charter.

Eighty percent of New Yorkers voted "yes" on the first proposal,  which cuts the maximum amount of campaign contributions allowed for candidates running for city office.

The second would create a civic engagement commission, which would also allow residents to vote on how to spend city funds.

It won approval by 65 percent of voters.

And 72 percent of voters said "yes" to the last provision.

It would apply term limits to members of the city's 59 community boards.