Cleveland, OH - Conservative outsider Mike Gibbons today challenged Congressman Jim Renacci to sign the U.S. Term Limits Pledge.
“Washington is broken because it is full of too many career politicians who are focused on the next election instead of getting things done,” Gibbons said. “I was proud to sign the pledge. Although Congressman Renacci supports earmarks and has already broken the term limits pledge for House members, it is not too late for him to join the movement.”
U.S. Term Limits offers candidates for the Senate and House the opportunity sign a term limits pledge that would result in a limit of three terms for House members and two terms for Senators. Congressman Renacci is already in his fourth term in the House and told Cleveland.com this week that he wants to bring back earmarks.
In 2014, Renacci said he opposed term limits for Congressmen like himself.
In typical career politician fashion, earlier this year, when Renacci was running for Governor, he advocated for stronger term limits for state elected officials – while imposing none on himself.