Rep. Jim Renacci, R-Ohio, is promising to serve no more than two terms if he is elected to the Senate., The Hill is reporting.
Renacci, is challenging Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, in November. He spoke in favor of term limits on Tuesday during a press conference.
"Let’s face it, term limits are supported by so many people, he said. "Whether it’s Republicans, Democrats, independents… and I think it’s important. I’ve said all along Washington is broken. I said the best way to fix Washington is two things, and one of those key things is term limits."
Renacci said Brown, who is seeking his third term in the Senate, is out of touch with Ohioans.
And Renacci also echoed his comments in a tweet on Tuesday.
"The problem with career politicians is that they make decisions based on their next election instead of the next generation," he wrote. "I’m a small biz owner, not a career politician like Brown. That's why I'm pledging to the people of Ohio to serve no more than 2 Senate terms."
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