For immediate release
January 17, 2023
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Billboard Calls Out U.S. Rep. Young Kim for Breaking Term Limits Pledge
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Term Limits (U.S.T.L.) exposes U.S. Rep. Young Kim for breaking her campaign pledge to support the U.S. Term Limits amendment in Congress. U.S.T.L., the largest term limits advocacy organization, has contracted a billboard calling Rep. Kim out in California’s 40th Congressional District.
The pledge Kim signed states that she would cosponsor and vote for the resolution in Congress supporting an amendment to the U.S. Constitution of three (3) house terms and two (2) senate terms and no longer limits. Since being re-elected, she has reneged on her promise.
The billboard is part of a massive education campaign to inform term limits supporters where candidates and lawmakers stand on the issue of term limits for Congress. Polling shows that 82% of Americans, across all demographics and political affiliations, support congressional term limits.
This Congress, the U.S. Term Limits amendment resolution, House Joint Resolution 11 (HJR11), has been introduced by Rep. Ralph Norman with bipartisan support of 44 cosponsors. It is expected to be scheduled for an upcoming vote in the U.S. House.
“Young Kim made a promise to the voters of her district to support the U.S. Term Limits amendment,” said Philip Blumel, President of U.S. Term Limits. “Yet, once she was elected, she decided to ignore the promise she made to her constituents.”
“Voters are tired of politicians who will promise anything to get elected and then once elected break their promises,” concluded Blumel. “We hope Rep. Kim has a change of heart and decides to keep her promise.”
Note: Billboard is located at 5 Fwy EL 500′ S/O Slauson Ave., SF
U.S. Term Limits is the oldest and largest grassroots term limits advocacy group in the country. We connect term limits supporters with their legislators and work to pass term limits on all elected officials, particularly on the U.S. Congress.