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Congressional candidates Leavitt, Baxter sign US Term Limits pledge

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CANDIDATES BACK TERM LIMITS. U.S. Term Limits, an advocacy group promoting measures to limit the terms that can be served by federal, state and local officeholders, said this week that two Republican candidates for the New Hampshire’s 1st District U.S. House seat have signed its pledge. The group said Karoline Leavitt and state Rep. Tim Baxter are among 90 congressional candidates who have signed the pledge, which commits them to cosponsoring and voting for a constitutional amendment to limit U.S. House members to three two-year terms and senators to two six-year terms. Republican Matt Mowers, who is expected to become a candidate in the 1st District in September, signed the pledge in 2020. U.S. Term Limits President Philip Blumel said, “Karoline’s and Tim’s strong support of term limits shows that there are individuals who are willing to put self-interest aside to follow the will of the people. America needs a Congress that will be served by citizen legislators, not career politicians.”

CANDIDATES BACK TERM LIMITS. U.S. Term Limits, an advocacy group promoting measures to limit the terms that can be served by federal, state and local officeholders, said this week that two Republican candidates for the New Hampshire’s 1st District U.S. House seat have signed its pledge.

The group said Karoline Leavitt and state Rep. Tim Baxter are among 90 congressional candidates who have signed the pledge, which commits them to cosponsoring and voting for a constitutional amendment to limit U.S. House members to three two-year terms and senators to two six-year terms.

Republican Matt Mowers, who is expected to become a candidate in the 1st District in September, signed the pledge in 2020.

U.S. Term Limits President Philip Blumel said, “Karoline’s and Tim’s strong support of term limits shows that there are individuals who are willing to put self-interest aside to follow the will of the people. America needs a Congress that will be served by citizen legislators, not career politicians.”

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