Mayor Glenn Jacobs - Tennessee
Mayor Glenn Jacobs, Mayor of Knox County Tennessee, and three-time WWE champion, "Kane" is taking on career politicians as the State Chair for Tennessee.
“America is divided as ever before. But there is one thing we all agree on no matter politics. Congress is broken and there doesn’t seem to be any way to fix it.” said Jacobs. He continued, “The U.S. Constitution provides the solution in Article V which gives the states the authority to convene to propose amendments to the Constitution. Our goal is to make sure the state of Tennessee is the next state to pass a resolution for the states to add term limits on Congress to the U.S. Constitution.”
Tina Cannon - Utah
Tina Cannon, has served as a successful businesswoman founding one of Utah’s most successful accounting firms, in elected office as a member of the Morgan County Council, a candidate for Congress, and grassroots political activist. Cannon has seen first-hand the need for term limits at the federal level and will work tirelessly in her role as Utah State Chair to see that Utah adopts a resolution for term limits.
“We have members of Congress who were first elected when the Ford Pinto was the best-selling car in America and the 8-track tape was the next big thing. I can think of no better argument for term limits than that,” concluded Cannon. “Serving in Congress has become for many, a lucrative lifelong job rather than a public service. Term limits will help end career politicians and make Congress work better for all Americans.
Dr. John Cowan - Georgia
Dr. John Cowan is a neurosurgeon and founder of Cortex Toys and Cortex Holdings in Georgia.
"In the medical profession, I’ve spent my career healing, restoring, and putting my patients back on the path to good health. It’s the greatest reward to see patients get better. I now feel called to serve in a new capacity helping to provide the healing our country desperately needs.”
Cowans commitment to term limits exemplifies what he believes is necessary for this country to thrive. As a candidate for Georgia's 24th Congressional seat, Cowan signed the term limits pledge. He knew then how incredibly important term limits on Congress was for the U.S., and have deepened his understanding and support ever since.
Sarah Hart Weir - Kansas
Sara Hart Weir is the former President & C.E.O. of the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS). Most recently, Weir was a candidate for Kansas’ Third U.S. Congressional district where she was endorsed by Maggie’s List, VIEW PAC and more than 15 Republican Members of Congress.
“We need to start putting people over politics and in order to do that, we need Congressional members who are responsive to the people they represent rather than PACs and lobbyists. Term limits is the answer. That’s why I am proud to be heading up this effort.”
“I know that the people of Kansas want their voice heard in Washington. Term limits will give us that voice."
Leigh Brown - North Carolina
Leigh Brown is an award-winning realtor, author and motivational speaker. She built a successful real estate career serving Carolina residents. Her public service roots extend deep in the community, including work as a board member for the local Habitat for Humanity, and the YMCA, as well as dozens of other professional affiliations and awards for service to her clients and her profession.
In 2019, Brown proudly signed the U.S. Term Limits pledge as a candidate to represent North Carolinians in Congress. “Far too many members of Congress seem to forget they are elected to represent their constituents, and instead act as if they’ve secured a job for life. Well, our founders didn’t see it that way, our elected governance structure was designed to be one of citizen leadership. Community leaders serve – and then step aside for others to serve. A small group of individuals holds power in our current system, and they are using that power to reward themselves and their friends. Without term limits, Congress loses touch with the people they are elected to represent.”
David Hill - Oklahoma
Hill is a dedicated father and successful businessman. He started turning wrenches at the age of 16, fixing and rebuilding classic cars. Now Hill owns and operates MAR-K, the nation’s leading manufacturer of more than 6,000 component parts for classic automobiles and trucks. Before acquiring MAR-K, he spent 28 years in leadership positions across the education, energy, manufacturing, and technology industries, including at Logic Energy Solutions, Petrosmith, and Kimray Inc., where he was named one of Oklahoma’s “Most Admired CEOs” by The Journal Record.
Hill lives in Edmond, Oklahoma with his wife of 28 years, Shannon. They have six wonderful children, including three strong, independent daughters, and three selfless sons who all serve in the Army.
“Washington is non-stop politics. Congress is more focused on power grabs than doing what is in the best interest of our nation. I truly believe that to fix DC we need to return to a citizen legislature. That’s why I support term limits and I am proud to be part of this growing movement,” said Hill.
Rod Blum - Iowa
Rod Blum served as the United State Representative from Iowa’s 1st District from 2015 to 2019. In Congress. He served on the House Budget Committee, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House Small Business Committee, and the House Freedom Caucus.
Blum is currently Chairman and CEO of Digital Canal, a leading provider of Home Building and Structural Engineering software. He is also a majority partner at Bedrock Development LLC, land development/homebuilding partnership.
He holds a Bachelors from Loras College and an MBA from the University of Dubuque. Blum is married to Karen and has five children.
Jason Church - Wisconsin
Captain Jason Church (United States Army, retired) has agreed to be the Wisconsin State Chair for U.S. Term Limits. Church brings a depth of public service to this role. He has seen first-hand the need for term limits at the federal level and will work tirelessly in his role as Wisconsin State Chair to see that Wisconsin adopts a resolution for term limits.
Jason Church is a longtime Wisconsin resident and activist. On the August 23, 2012, in Panjwai’I (Pan-JA-Way) Afghanistan Lieutenant Church and nine other members of his platoon were involved in an IED explosion. The IED blast resulted in the amputation of both legs below the knee. Lieutenant Church went through 21 surgeries at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. before receiving his prosthetics and going through the recovery process. He was promoted to Captain and medically retired from the Army on July 31, 2014.
Micah Beckwith - Indiana
Micah Beckwith is currently the pastor at Life Church. He has over 17 years of experience of service in Central Indiana, having pastored at multiple churches in the area. He is also a small business owner, with several companies, including a promotional production company and entertainment group.
Beckwith ran for Congress in 2020 and is currently serving as the Director of the Indiana Family Institute’s Hoosier Leadership Series, as well as, the Executive Director of Indiana Family Action, which is dedicated to promoting elected leaders within local, state, and federal government.
He is a graduate of Huntington University with a degree in Economics and Finance. He and his wife Susan, reside in Noblesville, Indiana with their two children, Brody and Savannah.
John Eichelberger Jr. - Pennsylvania, co-chair
John Eichelberger served in the Pennsylvania State Senate from 2007 to 2018. While in the Senate, he chaired the Senate Education Committee and was vice chairman of the Banking and Insurance committee. He also served as the Subcommittee Chair on the Appropriations Committee, and served on the Senate Judiciary, Game and Fisheries, Transportation, and Agriculture Committees. Eichelberger chaired the Pro-Life Caucus.
Prior to serving in the State Senate, Eichelberger served as Blair County Commissioner from 1995 to 2006. He owns Complete Insurance Services. Eichelberger is a 1985 graduate of Penn State. He is married with a grown son.
Andrew Dinniman - Pennsylvania, co-chair
Andrew Dinniman served in the Pennsylvania State Senate from 2006-2020, where he was Democratic Chair of the Education Committee. In addition, Dinniman, as Senator, was a member of the State Board of Education, the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority, the Historical and Museum Commission, State Public School Building Authority, the Higher Education Facilities Authority, Lincoln University Board of Trustees, as well as numerous other boards.
Before being elected to the Senate Dinniman served for over 14 years as Chester County Commissioner. He has been a long-time faculty member at West Chester University where he is currently Professor Emeritus.
Politically Dinniman served as Chair of the Chester County Democratic Committee as well as a member of the Pennsylvania and National Democratic Committees.
Ed Walker - Montana
Ed Walker is a former Montana State Senator, first elected in 2010 to represent the families living in the western neighborhoods of Billings. A fifth generation Montanan, he grew up in a family of natural resource entrepreneurs. Whether its oil and natural gas, gold, copper, coal, or sand and gravel – Walker is a rockhound, and Montana is the Treasure State.
For more than a decade, Ed earned a reputation as a First Amendment absolutist by introducing bills that ensured the rights of Americans to freely assemble, speak, and petition their representatives. Outside his legislative role, he organized social welfare groups that helped educate Montana citizens of the activist and law-making tendencies of the Judiciary.
In his private life, Ed Walker is a free market enterpriser and small business owner. Ed and his wife, Kathleen, are parents of five children and two grandchildren.
Ron Crane - Idaho
Ron Crane is a third generation Idahoan. He graduated from high school in 1967, graduated from college in 1971 and served in the Idaho National Guard from 1971 – 1977. He was named the Idaho Soldier of the Year in 1975. He received an honorary doctorate from Ohio Christian University in 2008.
Crane served as Idaho State Treasurer for Idaho from 1999 – 2019. Prior to his service as Treasurer, he was as State Legislator in the Idaho House of Representatives for sixteen years. During his time as State Treasurer, he served as Chairman of the board for the Idaho Bond Bank and Chairman of the board for the Idaho 529 College Savings Plan and currently serves on the board of the State Financial Officers Foundation.
Crane and his wife, Cheryl, own and operate a security and fire alarm company (Crane Alarm Service) for 43 years with 30 employees. They have six married children and fourteen grandchildren.
Bryan Miller - Wyoming
Lt. Colonel Bryan Miller (United States Air Force, retired) is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and also holds a Masters from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. After a successful career in the United States Air Force, retiring with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, Miller has been working in the private sector. He is currently CEO and founder of BEM International LLC.
Active in Wyoming politics, he serves as the Chairman of the Sheridan County Republican Party.
Bernie Moreno - Ohio
Bernie Moreno encapsulates the American Dream. Bernie was offered the opportunity to purchase the most underperforming Mercedes-Benz dealership in the country. Over the next 10 years, the Bernie Moreno Companies expanded to 15 buildings, 30 brands, four states, and hired nearly one thousand Ohioans making it one of the nation’s largest and most successful. Then, Moreno sold most of his car dealerships in 2019. That year, he launched a technology start-up called Ownum, with the mission to digitize paper processes like car titles, in turn improving government efficiency.
Bernie Moreno currently serves on the Foundation Board of Cuyahoga County Community College. Previously, he served as the Chairman of Board at Cleveland State University, board member of MetroHealth, Lake Ridge Academy, and other meaningful organizations in Ohio. He is focused on institutions and individuals that inspire hard work, risk taking, helping the community. All staples of the American Dream.
He has been married to his wife Bridget for 32 years. Together they have four children and one grandchild.
John Warren - South Carolina
John Warren is CEO of GEM Mining - a privately held, institutional-grade Bitcoin (BTC) mining company. John served four years on active duty as an infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps. He speaks regularly on U.S. foreign policy, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
In 2018, John ran for governor of South Carolina reaching the run-off in the Republican primary. John ran a positive, solutions-oriented campaign that focused on limited government, reforming broken government systems, and empowering taxpayers. He currently is honorary Chairman of South Carolina’s Conservative Future.
He lives in Greenville with his wife Courtney and three children. John earned a B.A. from Washington and Lee University and an M.B.A. from New York University’s Stern School of Business. He is former chairman of the SC’s Young President’s Organization (YPO) and is a member of Downtown Presbyterian Church with his wife and family. He is co-author of the upcoming Harper Collins book, Lead Like a Marine.
Rachel McCubbin - Kentucky
Rachel McCubbin has been involved in federal, state, and local politics and government since 1994 when she volunteered full-time for a successful Republican candidate for Congress in a district that had not been held by a Republican since the days of the Jeffersonian Republican Party in the 1820’s.
Soon after, she went to work for the U.S. Senate, working for both Senator Jim Bunning and Senator Rand Paul. She served as Deputy State Director for Senator Paul.
A North Carolina native, Rachel has lived on three continents and too many different locations to count! She earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Western Kentucky University and an MBA from University of Denver. She and her husband, John – a U. S. Army veteran, and retired ophthalmologist – live in western Kentucky.
David Brog - Nevada, co-chair
David Brog brings an extensive background to his role as Nevada State Chair for U.S. Term Limits. After an accomplished career as a corporate attorney, Brog has devoted most of his life to the government and non-profit sectors.
He served as chief counsel and then chief of staff to Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA) in the late 1990s and early 2000s. His work in the Senate brought him firsthand knowledge in the workings of Washington and the need for reform.
In 2006, Brog joined with Pastor John Hagee to launch Christians United for Israel. During Brog’s tenure as executive director, CUFI grew to be the largest pro-Israel organization in the United States with over 10 million members.
In 2015, Brog helped in the creation and running of the Maccabee Task Force, dedicated to combatting the rising anti-Semitism on America’s college campuses. Brog continues to serve as executive director of the Maccabees, which is now active on 100 campuses across North America.
Brog is also the president of the Edmund Burke Foundation, a policy organization that hosts the annual National Conservatism conference. In 2007, the Forward newspaper listed Brog in its "Forward 50" most influential Jews in America.
He is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School. He lives in Las Vegas with his wife Hila and his two children, Jacob, and Zoey.
Mercedes Krause - Nevada, co-chair
Krause brings a depth of both private and public service to this role. She has seen firsthand the need for term limits at the federal level and will work tirelessly in her role as Nevada State Co-Chair to see that Nevada adopts a resolution for term limits. In 2022 she made history in becoming the first Native American woman to run for Congress in Nevada.
Mercedes Krause was born in Las Vegas, Nevada. She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2001. She attended Montana State University, Bozeman. She earned a master's degree in educational leadership from Concordia University in 2016. She was a public-school teacher and has three children.
Ron Eller - Mississippi
Eller served 20 years in the Army on active duty before retiring as a Captain. He began as a “Combat Medic 91B” and rose to being a Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant and a Medical Officer. In the late 80’s, he transitioned from the enlisted ranks as a Sergeant First Class to a Warrant Officer and then eventually becoming a Commissioned Officer.
In 2013 he established Buck Warrior Enterprises LLC, a family-owned manufacturing company in Mississippi. As a business owner, he has seen firsthand the struggles that business owners face.
He holds degrees from the University of Nebraska and the University of Oklahoma. Eller and his wife Doris have two sons.
Dr. Sherry O'Donnell - Michigan
Dr. O’Donnell brings an extensive background to her role as Michigan State Chair for U.S. Term Limits. In addition to being a renowned physician, she is also an author, mission leader, speaker, and former 2022 congressional candidate.
In 2011, Dr. Sherry launched Herbie Medical Clinic providing care to the underserved and uninsured where she continues to serve as medical director. She has traveled to 32 different countries leading short-term medical missions and disaster relief. In 2020, she responded to the Covid-19 pandemic by spending weekends caring for patients on the front lines of New York City.
As a respected and influential community leader who serves on local boards, Dr. O’Donnell fosters healing within her community among racially diverse churches and local police through monthly Community Unity Worship Services.
She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University Medical School.
Diego Rodriguez - Arizona, co-chair
Diego Rodriguez graduated from Notre Dame University in 1992 with a B.B.A. Three years later he received a J.D. from the University of Arizona's James E. Rogers College of Law. After graduation, Rodriguez served as Deputy County Attorney in Pima County. After his time as Deputy County Attorney, he started work as the owner of Rodriguez Law Office PLLC.
Rodriguez was elected in November 2018 to represent Arizona's 27th District, which comprises Laveen, South Phoenix, and Guadalupe. After the election, Rodriguez became a sitting member on the Elections Committee and Judiciary Committee.
In 2020, he was a Democratic candidate for Attorney General but withdrew from the race prior to the primary. After leaving that race, Rodriguez turned his focus back to his law practice and also co-founded the Institute of Equity and Justice, an Arizona based non-profit.
Steve Kaiser - Arizona, co-chair
Originally from Illinois, Steve Kaiser grew up in north Phoenix and attended Arizona State University. Upon graduation, he entered the US Army as a Second Lieutenant and served a total of eight years in the service, leaving as a Captain. While serving in the U.S. Army Steve deployed to Afghanistan, Dominican Republic, and supported Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.
He has worked for several large businesses in the metro Phoenix area in management roles. While working full time Steve went back to school and earned his master’s degree in public administration from GCU.
First elected in 2020 as a State Representative and then again in 2022 as a State Senator. He was always most proud of running legislation that helped Arizonans improve their lives economically. Steve has since resigned from the State Senate and works full time on his non-profit, Arizona Prosperity Project, which focuses on supporting policies and candidates that advance prosperity for all Arizonans.
“I am very honored to be serving as the Arizona State Co-Chair for U.S. Term Limits,” said Steve Kaiser. “Now more than ever before, the need for term limits is crystal clear. Polls show that the one issue all Arizonans regardless of political affiliation are united about is the need for congressional term limits.”
Steve and his wife Amanda live in north Phoenix with their three boys, their dog Mia and their tortoise Scooter.
Alek Skarlatos - Oregon
Alek Skarlatos, a true American hero, has shown time and again his commitment to serving his country. The former soldier, who gained worldwide recognition for his bravery in stopping a gunman on a Paris-bound train, has continued to serve his country in various capacities even after leaving the military.
Mr. Skarlatos has recently taken up the role of co-chair for a local non-profit organization that aims to help veterans transition back to civilian life. His dedication to this cause is evident from the numerous hours he has volunteered and the passion he has shown in helping those who have served their country.
Born in California and raised in Sacramento County, Alek joined the Oregon Army National Guard in 2012, where he achieved the rank of Specialist. He served in Afghanistan with the 186th Infantry Regiment, 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team, and left military service in November 2017.
In addition to his military service, Alek has also pursued a career in politics. In 2020 and 2022, he campaigned for Oregon's 4th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives, winning the 2020 primary. He has also been a strong advocate for term limits, signing the U.S. Term Limits congressional pledge as a congressional candidate to cosponsor and vote for the U.S. Term Limits Amendment of three (3) House terms and two (2) Senate terms and no longer limit.
Alek Skarlatos is a true inspiration, a man who has served his country with honor and distinction, and continues to do so even in civilian life. We are honored to have him as our Oregon co-chair of our non-profit organization, and we look forward to the positive impact he will have on the lives of our veterans.
Taffy Howard - South Dakota
Born in Decatur, Georgia, Taffy Howard (nee Chewning) was raised in a military family. She has dedicated her life to family and country. Ms. Howard is a military veteran, businesswoman, wife, mother and former state representative.
From 1990 to 1994 Howard served as an officer in the United States Air Force. She continued serving her country and in 2016 was elected to the South Dakota House of Representatives assuming office on January 10, 2017.
Howard is a strong supporter of term limits on Congress and has been praised by USTL President Philip Blumel who stated “Taffy’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.”
“I am very honored to be serving as the South Dakota State Chair for U.S. Term Limits,” said Howard. “Now more than ever before, the need for term limits is crystal clear.”
Sharon Jackson - Alaska
Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, Sharon Jackson proudly served in the United States Army which brought her to Alaska in 1983. Upon completing her active-duty tour with the Army she enrolled in Charter College where she became a Certified Electronic Technician for the next 13 years.
Jackson then dedicated the next 10 years working for the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), a state and federal small business lobby and the National Write Your Congressmen where she provided education on legislation that would affect the longevity of free enterprise. Sharon’s passion is to empower the people of Alaska to use their influence in government to preserve their freedoms, just as the Founding Fathers intended. In 2015 Sharon became the Constituent Liaison for Senator Dan Sullivan and has found her role in his office assisting constituents to resolving their pressing issues to be very rewarding.
Sharon's passion and dedication to bring about change in government is essential in continuing our efforts to see that term limits are included in the constitution.
Chuck Morse - New Hampshire
As former President of the New Hampshire Senate Chuck Morse knows firsthand the importance of accountability in public service. He has seen the benefits of citizen legislators serving the people and then returning to private lives.
Morse served in the New Hampshire House of Representatives from 1998 through 2002. He served in the New Hampshire State Senate from 2002 to 2006 and led the Senate Finance Committee. Chuck is no stranger to hard work. He returned to the State Senate in 2010 and was elected State Senate President in 2013 and then again in 2020.
Born in Salem, New Hampshire, Chuck Morse is a lifelong resident of New Hampshire. Morse holds a bachelor’s in business from Plymouth State University. Chuck is the owner of Freshwater Farms, a landscaping business, and Garden Center in Southern New Hampshire. He is married to Susan, and they have one daughter.
Liz Whitmer Gereghty
Liz Whitmer Gereghty grew up in Michigan and attended Michigan State University graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs. While in college, she interned for First Lady Hillary Clinton and Michigan Senator Carl Levin.
After graduation, Liz worked with the Democratic National Committee and on the Illinois Coordinated Campaign in Chicago helping to elect Senator Dick Durbin to the U.S. Senate. In 1997, Liz went back to school to get her MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. It was at Duke that Liz met her husband and after graduation they moved to New York City. In New York City, she worked as Marketing Director at Madison Square Garden/Radio City Entertainment. In 2003, she and her growing family moved to the Lower Hudson Valley.