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TERM LIMIT TALK
I recently had a terrific meeting with a bipartisan group of freshman lawmakers who feel very strongly in favor of Congressional term limits. I gave them my full support and endorsement for their efforts. #DrainTheSwamp
Thank you, Mr. President! the 22nd Amendment limited the terms of our president; it's time to do the same for Congress starting with our freshman class. let's change the DC culture and give power back to people - #DrainTheSwamp!
4:10 PM - Apr 30, 2018
July 1o, 2018
Renacci Pledges to Serve Only Two Terms in the U.S. Senate
CINCINNATI, OH – Today, Jim Renacci signed the U.S. Term Limits pledge in Cincinnati. The pledge is a promise to support a constitutional amendment to limit the number of terms people can serve in the U.S. Congress. In addition, Renacci took the extra step and signed a personal pledge to limit himself to two terms in the U.S. Senate. Read More at
About US Term Limits
Term Limits is known as the largest grassroots movement in American history, and US Term Limits (USTL) was, and still is, the leader of that movement.
Term limits have been placed on 15 state legislatures, eight of the ten largest cities in America and 36 governors. Read more at
How we can get term limits on Congress when
the politicians will never vote themselves off the
The truth of the matter is we don’t need the permission of Congress.
We’re not delusional. We know the turkeys won’t vote for Thanksgiving.
At least not unless they think they can sweeten the pot and give themselves a better deal once they see the writing on the wall. . . . . . .
The good news is that we can bypass Congress completely by going through the states. You see, the Constitution itself, in Article V, provides two methods for proposing amendments. One way is through Congress. The other way is through the states. Once 34 pass a resolution for a proposal convention through their own state legislatures, the national assembly must be called. Read more at
Trump Proposes Term limits for Congress to
"Drain the Swamp"