Eric Schmitt Pledges Support for Constitutional Amendment Imposing Congressional Term Limits

Apr 20 | News

ST. LOUIS, MO – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, a conservative candidate for U.S. Senate in 2022, today pledged his support for the U.S. Term Limits pledge adding an amendment to the U.S. Constitution imposing congressional term limits. 
“Serving in the Congress should not be about political careerism; it should be about public service and working to expand and improve opportunities for all Americans,” said Attorney General Eric Schmitt.  “I support adding a term limit amendment to our U.S. Constitution, and believe it will attract those who see the importance of working for the people, and not enriching themselves by abusing the trust of the voters who elected them.”
In signing the U.S. Term Limits pledge, Schmitt has made a commitment that as a member of Congress he would vote in favor of a Congressional  Term Limits  Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  The amendment would limit members of the House of Representatives to three House terms and members of the Senate to two Senate terms. 
Watch Attorney General Schmitt’s campaign announcement video.
As a lifelong conservative, Eric Schmitt can be counted on to fight for Missouri values and preserve the conservative policies championed by President Trump that built the strongest economy in American history.

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