Term Limits For Congress
Why do we need Term Limits for Congress?
Well, first and for most, Congress was meant to be a citizen legislature; this means that our representatives were supposed to go to Washington, serve for a short time, then return to live under the laws they made; this vision has been lost. Congress is now full of career politicians who put their own needs above public services. Because of this, our system needs repair. U.S. Term Limits is fighting to call a convention under Article V of the Constitution to propose an amendment for Term Limits on the U.S. House and the Senate.
Can we pass Term Limits in Congress?
Well, Term limits won't be easy to impose. It will take the vote of three-fourths of state legislatures to approve a constitutional amendment (38 states). Naysayers believe that would be impossible to achieve, but nothing is impossible, and it could happen. The American people support term limits. A recent poll in Pennsylvania showed that 79 percent of Pennsylvanians support term limits in Congress, including majorities of Republicans, Democrats, and independents. The way to get this going should start after a member of Congress decides not to run for re-election, then the term limit will begin for the next representative; this may be the only way for this to get passed. No congress member in office will give up their seat, which may not be easy and could take years to pass, but it is not impossible.
What will this mean for the future of Congress?
A term limit is a legal restriction that limits the number of terms an officeholder may serve in a particular elected office. A Senate term is six years long, so senators may choose to run for re-election every six years unless they are appointed or elected in a special election to serve the remainder of a term; this would mean, the future of Congress will no longer have corrupt "career politicians" in office “career” politicians are to blame for the dysfunction of Congress and for much of the bitter divisiveness plaguing this country. Career politicians will never make the tough choices that will put our nation on a successful path; this is the reason we need Term Limits in Congress.
My proposal
  • U.S. Senators serve three four-year terms.
  • U.S. House of Representatives serves three two-year terms.
  • U.S. Supreme Court serves a max of 18 years.
  • Approved by two-thirds of the Senate and the House of Representatives Members and ratified by three-fourths of the American People.
U.S. Senators serve three four-year terms.
The U.S. Senate currently serves six-year terms and can run for re-election every six years or until they have decided to retire or they expire. With having each Senator, whether they are a Democrat, Republican, or Independent. Having the Senate serves a four-year term and can run for re-election two more times will eliminate the possibility of a career politician who puts their needs above their people. As of now, career politicians will not put a pathway forward as they believe that they have been elected to the U.S. Senate to serve themselves, as that is not true. They are elected to represent their people, not themselves. 
U.S. House of Representatives serves three two-year terms.
The U.S. House of Representatives currently serves a two-year term and can run for re-election every two years or until they have decided to retire or they expire. I believe that the House can run for a two-year term and can run for re-election two more times will eliminate the possibility of a career politician who puts their needs above their people. We should represent the State in whom elected us to the House in the first place. Term Limits are a must as no Congress should re-elect more times than the President who serves our country.
U.S. Supreme Court serves a max of 18 years.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) can keep their seat through good behavior or until they retire or expire. In other words, "Life" is their term limit. If we have Term Limits for the Senate, House, and the United States president, why do we not have a single term limit for the U.S. Supreme Court Justices? The President nominates someone for a vacancy on the Court, and the Senate votes to confirm the nominee, which requires a simple majority. In this way, both the Executive and Legislative Branches of the federal government have a voice in the Supreme Court's composition; if they are elected, they serve as long as they want. We should have a max of 18 years for a Justice in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Approved by the Senate, House, and the people.
I do not believe that the Senate or House or even the United States President should vote on Term Limits, but the American People should have a vote as well; if we pass a vote on Term Limits, then we must pass term limits for all in government. Giving the people an option will show the American people that they matter and their voices are apprehended. We should still vote on a ballot and let the American People have their voices heard in Congress.

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