Cleveland, OH - U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Gibbons announced today that he has signed the U.S. Term Limits Amendment Pledge and that he would only serve a maximum of two terms in the U.S. Senate. He is the only major candidate in the race that is not a career politician.
"As an outsider I know how sick and tired voters are of career politicians who don't get anything done and break their promises," Mike Gibbons said. "I'm not running for Senate as the next step in my political career, I'm running to get things done. My opponents have spent nearly their entire adult lives running for one office and the next. I'm not a professional politician and I'll keep my promises to the voters."
The U.S. Term Limits Amendment Pledge is a promise to sponsor and vote for an Amendment that would limit Senators to two terms.
A copy of Mike's pledge is here.
Sherrod Brown: Has been a professional politician for 43 years.
Josh Mandel: Has run 7 campaigns over the last 14 years.