United States Senator from Kansas.
These issues below are sorted in descending order based on how important the average American voter ranked them on the quiz.
Party’s support baseYes, term limits for the House but not the Senate
Jerry Moran’s answer is based on the following data:
Republican Party Answer: Yes
Importance: Least Important
Reference: “In the 1994 elections, part of the Republican platform included legislation for term limits in Congress. After winning the major...” ‐wikipedia.org
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Republican Party Voters’ Answer: Yes, term limits for the House but not the Senate
Importance: Somewhat Important
Reference: Analysis of answers from 3,249 voters that identify as Republican.
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