For Immediate Release
May 23, 2023
Media Contact: David Johnson, Strategic Vision PR Group
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Former State Senate President Chuck Morse Tapped As New Hampshire State Chair
for U.S. Term Limits
Concord, NH — During a press conference today at the state house building, U.S. Term Limits (USTL) announced that Chuck Morse, former state senate president, has agreed to be the New Hampshire state chair for USTL. Morse brings to the role extensive experience in both private and public service. He has seen firsthand the need for term limits at the federal level. As New Hampshire State Chair, he will work tirelessly to ensure that the Granite state adopts a resolution for term limits, using his intimate knowledge of the state house to help approve a congressional term limits resolution.
According to the latest poll conducted by RMG Research, 77% of New Hampshire voters favor an amendment imposing term limits on Congress.
“I am very honored to serve as the New Hampshire State Chair for U.S. Term Limits,” said Senator Chuck Morse. “Now, more than ever before, the need for term limits is crystal clear. Polls show the one issue all Americans are united behind, regardless of their political affiliation, is the need for congressional term limits.”
“Serving in Congress has become for many, a lucrative lifelong job rather than a public service,” concluded Senator Morse. “Term limits will help end career politicians and make Congress work better for all Americans, as the founders intended.”
“We are honored to have Chuck leading our efforts in New Hampshire to pass term limits for Congress,” said Philip Blumel, President of USTL. “His experience and understanding of the New Hampshire legislature are invaluable. Under his guidance, I am confident we will get our term limits resolution passed in New Hampshire.”
Morse served in the New Hampshire State House of Representatives from 1998 through 2002. He served in the New Hampshire State Senate from 2002 through 2006 and led the senate finance committee.
He returned to the State Senate in 2010 and was elected state senate president in 2013. When Republicans lost the senate majority, he was selected as minority leader. When Republicans again captured the majority in 2020, he was elected senate president. In that position, he served as acting governor for two days. He ran for United States Senate in 2022.
U.S. Term Limits is the largest only national nonprofit organization advocating solely for term limits. Our mission is to improve the quality of government with a citizen legislature that closely reflects its constituency and is responsive to the needs of the people it serves. Find out more at termlimits.org.