U.S. Senate Candidate Jane Timken Signs U.S. Term Limits Pledge
August 19, 2021
|Says Washington Needs Fresh Voices and Fewer Entrenched Incumbents|
CANTON, OH – U.S. Senate candidate Jane Timken signed the U.S. Term Limits Amendment Pledge today, formally pledging to serve a maximum of two terms once elected to the U.S. Senate. Timken also pledged to cosponsor and vote for a constitutional amendment requiring a maximum of three House terms and two Senate terms with no longer limit.
“President Trump was right when he said we need to ‘drain the swamp’ of faceless bureaucrats and career politicians that don’t have their finger on the pulse of everyday Americans,” said Timken. “I am proud to do my part to combat professional politicians who aren’t passionate about people, just passionate about their own power. As a first-time candidate, I’m not running for office because it’s been my goal for years – or even a decade – I’m running to save our country from the socialist transformation Democrats are pushing on this country.”
“Term limits have been shown to create legislative diversity with fresh voices and to promote more representation by female candidates in legislatures across the country, including in Ohio,” added Timken. “In Washington, I will proudly stand for new ideas, new blood, and new solutions.”You can view Jane Timken’s pledge on term limits HERE.Learn more about Jane Timken and her campaign for U.S. Senate HERE.