President Davoren goes to Ohio to campaign for term limits
August 11, 2021
President Davoren went to Ohio today to campaign for term limits on congress, telling supporters at the event that “if we don’t have term limits, we will never have oversight on our elected officials ever again”. The President has been calling on Congress to pass term limits since taking office two months ago, saying that “for too long our politicians have been using their power for personal and political gain, only to help themselves instead of helping their voters, and it must stop now!” Congress has been divided on this issue for weeks, while Republicans are with the President on this issue. Democrats and critics of the President are not, saying that “establishing congressional term limits would severely cut the choices of voters. A fundamental principle in this system of government we have is that voters get to choose their representatives. If voter's choices are restricted because a candidate is barred from being on the ballot it's an insult to democracy”. But the President says that enacting term limits will not suppress the votes of Americans, but would instead give voters more choices at the ballot box. The President says that “America is facing an epidemic of lopsided elections dominated by incumbents”, and that term limits would break up that monopoly by ending incumbent advantages and allow for new people to run for office giving the voters more choices instead of the same incumbent election after election. He also says that term limits will provide more people with real-world experience from all walks of life an opportunity to serve in elected office. “We need more teachers, doctors, small business owners, farmers in Congress to better represent the nation and provide a real-world and real-work experience,” the President said. He continued to say that term limits will provide representatives who are closer to their constituents, which will help congress get more in touch with average Americans.
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