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Term Limits

Some people will argue that term limits are not necessary because voters have the ability to vote incumbents out of office when they are up for re-election. While technically accurate, this does not account for the often overwhelming advantages that incumbents have over challengers in money, name recognition, and establishment support (which comes with significant financial resources). Additionally, the longer that Congressmen stay in D.C., they usually become much more Swamp-like and less in-touch with their communities.

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