Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Beth Harwell: I am Taking the Term Limit Pledge

 From a Beth Harwell email letter:

Beth Harwell

In Tennessee, we’re a citizen legislature. We’re part-time. You can’t make a living off serving in the state legislature – and you certainly can’t move to Nashville and forget about the district you represent.


What we’re seeing in Washington is unacceptable. Serving in Congress too long can make you out of touch with your constituency. Some members buy homes, move their families, and send their children to DC and Virginia schools.

Don't just take my word for it; here are some facts…

➔ A quarter of Congress has been in office for more than 16 years.

➔ Nearly half of Congress has been in office for more than eight.

➔ Nine members have been in office for more than 40 years.


That’s why when I am elected to serve Tennessee's Fifth Congressional District in Washington, I pledge to serve no more than three terms or six years in Congress. Because of this, I will be motivated, bold, and ready to pass legislation that is good for Tennessee and good for America.

I hope you will support me in this decision.

Thank you,

Beth Harwell

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