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@6KLVM77Constitutionfrom Montana  answered…3mos

That's a double edged sword, if you make the term too short they'll have to be even more corrupt to scam what ever they can from American tax payers. If you leave them in too long they can take their time screwing everyone. I just think they should be bi-annually audited by independent parties and the auditing company has to change each time. If the books and emails are missing or out of order the Congress member will have to pay for the extra time it takes to find those items. If too much is missing they would have to step down and be held under house arrest until the matter is resolved.

@9RLM3J2Libertarian from California answered…2 days

@9RJBQ24Republican from Georgia answered…5 days

Yes, this will allow for more ideas and encourage other citizens to make thier voices heard and encourage them to run for political office.

@9RGMWGNWorking Family from Wyoming answered…7 days

Yes, every government position besides the Supreme Court, should have term limits.

@9R7ML7GConstitution from Michigan answered…2wks

@9R6GXHFLibertarian from Nebraska answered…3wks

No but put term limits on the senate minority and majority leaders and the speaker of tye house and the house minority leader

@9R9NMPVDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@MaSoNnNWorking Family from Virginia answered…2wks

No, but decrease congressional salaries and retirement benefits

@9HSQ5HVTranshumanist from Kansas answered…3mos

There should be a term limit for all public offices. Many say that a term limit is our vote. While that may be true, what happens when the candidates are worthless and neither fulfills their duty or responsibility? When you have a career politician who has accomplished absolutely nothing in his or her time in their seat, what exactly is your vote doing? Nothing towards the betterment of our country, merely lining the pocket of the re-elected person for years on end.

@SuzmchaonDemocrat from California answered…3mos

Yes to term limits but long enough to be effective. Too little term limits hinders progress. Government works very slowly.

@9HRXM44Women’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

No, but decrease salary and benefits or require them to work more days.

@9HPFFT8Republican from Missouri answered…3mos

Absolutely, positively, beyond any shadow of a doubt....YES!

@9HN5SS3Socialist from Illinois answered…3mos

Term limits are meaningless unless gerrymandering and voter suppression are eliminated

@9HLG78CSocialist from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes to term limits, but no to paying for a congressional retirement package when a representative is only on their 40s or 50s.

@9HK88DMLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9HFYMQ8Democrat from California answered…3mos

Yes, But they should be allowed to campaign for different districts

@9HFS4SZGreen from California answered…3mos

No, we already have term limits that are called “elections” and decrease their salary and retirement benefits

@9HF96HHTranshumanist from Alabama answered…3mos

@9HCP66LIndependent from California answered…3mos

No but benefits should be lessened. Medical should be no better than that provided in medi-care and pensions should have caps and limited to one rather than for each office they have held.

@9HC8BWXIndependent from Missouri answered…3mos

Yes, I believe there should be terms that each individual can serve, but allow the seniors mentor to help with any issues and allow them to become better representatives.

@9HC5N9KWorking Family from Kentucky answered…3mos

Yes, once they have done their 8 years as president, vice president, senator, governor, etc they should NOT be allowed to run anymore.

@9H9R34FPeace and Freedom from Indiana answered…3mos

Yes, decrease their salary and benefits, outlaw all money and incentives in lobbying, make elections publicly (and transparantly) funded and implement a yearly public audit (with criminal charges applied proportionally for any criminal misconduct they reveal) help ensure accountability.

@pest3366Independentfrom Kentucky  answered…3mos

Yes, term limit to a set # after which a candidate must set out a # of elections and then may run again.

@9H7S6NYGreen from Georgia answered…3mos

No, but increase the seats that are up for re-election to one-half instead of one-third

@9H52CJ4Republican from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes, reduce salary and remove retirement benefits altogether. Public office should not receive publicly funded retirement programs.

@9H4BSR7Green from Florida answered…3mos

Yes, but more than two (as there surely is experience gained in serving many years) and possibly expand the terms so there isn’t a constant election cycle

@9H3Y7X5Libertarian from Tennessee answered…3mos

I'm not opposed to term limits, but that won't solve any corruption problems. If it would, the President would never be corrupt.

@9GXCB7YConstitution from Kansas answered…3mos

Congress should be abolished and the power of it passed to the president.

@9GVDLRDDemocrat from Utah answered…3mos

they should be limited to 2 terms in a row but not to any lifetime limits

@9GNVNG3Veteran from Georgia answered…3mos

@9GMTSH5Libertarian from North Carolina answered…3mos

Yes. Cut their salary and benefits as well and no grandfather clause so everyone currently serving must leave off at the end of their limit.

@9GK8LVKPeace and Freedom from New York answered…3mos

yes, because politicians are not meant to serve forever. after a while views and people change.

@9GGJYFSVeteran from Texas answered…3mos

2 terms for Senators, 5 terms for Representatives. No retirement benefits for single term congressmen

@9GG47C3Working Family from Kentucky answered…3mos

Yes, and once they have done their 8 years as president, vice president, senator, governor, etc, they should not be allowed to run anymore.

@9G9HT94Democrat from Maryland answered…3mos

No age limits should be increased to 40 and 45. Get some life experience before you make decisions for people

@9G4NJKBSocialist from New York answered…3mos

Yes, and the structure and function of both houses of Congress (especially the Senate) should be seriously reformed.

@NanbanJimRepublican from New Mexico answered…3mos

@frisbyce21Veteran from Virginia answered…3mos

I don't think that politicians should hold an elected office for life or if they are corrupt, but I think that people should be able to reelect them if they want.

@9FMKQHDGreen from Texas answered…3mos

No, but we should overhaul campaign finance laws and limit corporate influence on elections.

@9FLPCKBSocialist from Louisiana answered…3mos

@9FL8F3NWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…3mos

We should have a multi-party system that has member elected from multimember districts and members should be elected proportionally.

@9FKTXCCGreen from California answered…3mos

No, reform redistricting to eliminate gerrymandering instead.


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