Over the last twenty years, term limits has been one of the most widely debated issues across the nation. Americans have become sick of their local politicians who are seeking nothing more than to hold a seat for twenty years, until they have a shot at running for Congress.
In fifteen states across America, citizens have voted overwhelmingly to place term limits on their state legislatures. Two of these states have used activist judges to remove term limits. (This link will provide you details on specific states term limits)
Thirty-seven states place some form of term limits on their governor and other constitutional offices. (This link will provide you details)
Polling shows that term limits is just as popular in the states in which they exist as they were when the laws were first passed.
These alarming numbers cause fear for career politicians, which is why they are the ones who seek to eliminate term limits. US Term Limits continues to be the leader in blocking politicians, lobbyists and special interests from repealing term limits for their own personal gain.
Nine of the ten largest cities in America have term limits on their city council and/or mayor, for more details on cities with term limits, click here.