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Tell Congress: Keep Presidential Term Limits, Oppose H.J. Res. 15

New York Representative Supports a Resolution that would Abolish Presidential Term Limits ...

On January 4, New York Representative Jose Serrano introduced H.J. Res. 15 -- a resolution to repeal the 22nd Amendment and thereby abolish presidential term limits.

H.J. Res. 15 is currently in the House Judiciary Committee, and lacks co-sponsors. In order to succeed, it must pass both the House and the Senate, and have support among at least 3/4 of the fifty state governments.

In 1947, the 22nd Amendment passed in Congress and was later ratified in 1951.

The Amendment was created by Congress to prevent three and four term U.S. Presidents, like Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Term limits are a good thing and must remain.

Tell Your Lawmakers to OPPOSE the Repeal of the 22nd Amendment, H.J. Res. 15. Sign the petition and message lawmakers below.

 

Public Comments
Oct 19th, 2013
Someone from Bradford, PA signed.
Oct 19th, 2013
Karen R. from Maumelle, AR signed.
Oct 18th, 2013
Michael G. from Surprise, AZ signed.
Oct 18th, 2013
Greg H. from Indian Rocks Beach, FL signed.
Oct 18th, 2013
wayne a. from Easley, SC signed.
Oct 18th, 2013
Rene G. from Luling, LA writes:
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We will not let this happen. Stop this now!
Oct 18th, 2013
Lorraine H. from Vero Beach, FL writes:
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Term limits are a GOOD thing. Oppose the Repeal of the 22nd Amendment, H.J. 15.
Oct 18th, 2013
liz r. from Carnegie, PA signed.
Oct 18th, 2013
SHEILA H. from Concord, NC signed.
Oct 17th, 2013
Alfred H. from Worcester, MA signed.
Oct 17th, 2013
Barbara P. from Shingle Springs, CA signed.
Oct 17th, 2013
Someone from Valley Falls, KS writes:
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not interested in a dictator; change always makes necessary corrections in govt
Oct 17th, 2013
Michael S. from Walterboro, SC signed.
Oct 16th, 2013
Michael G. from Surprise, AZ signed.
Oct 16th, 2013
Lisa G. from Goldendale, WA signed.
Oct 16th, 2013
Someone from Colorado Springs, CO writes:
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YOUR POLITICAL LIFE AND MY PRIVATE LIFE DEPEND ON DEFEATING THIS
Oct 16th, 2013
Someone from Ogden, UT signed.
Oct 16th, 2013
W W. from Washington, NC signed.
Oct 16th, 2013
Sandra R. from East Palatka, FL signed.
Oct 15th, 2013
kathleen B. from Goldendale, WA signed.
Oct 15th, 2013
kathleen B. from Goldendale, WA signed.
Oct 15th, 2013
Someone from Hockessin, DE signed.
Oct 15th, 2013
Heather C. from Rockledge, FL signed.
Oct 15th, 2013
Patrick C. from San Diego, CA signed.
Oct 15th, 2013
Ronald W. from Cape Canaveral, FL signed.
Oct 14th, 2013
THOMAS B. from Coal Township, PA signed.
Oct 14th, 2013
Jeffrey F. from Lititz, PA signed.
Oct 14th, 2013
Michael G. from Surprise, AZ signed.
Oct 14th, 2013
Joanne H. from Barrington, NH signed.
Oct 14th, 2013
Lynn A. from Mission Viejo, CA writes:
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Should be reduced to one term
Oct 13th, 2013
Someone from Los Gatos, CA signed.
Oct 13th, 2013
Lynn L. from Loudon, TN signed.
Oct 13th, 2013
Audrey B. from Pine Bluff, AR signed.
Oct 12th, 2013
robert b. from Nashua, NH signed.
Oct 11th, 2013
Someone from Columbus, OH signed.
Oct 11th, 2013
Guy C. from Eastport, NY signed.
Oct 11th, 2013
Mathew D. from Roseville, CA signed.
Oct 11th, 2013
Someone from Charlestown, IN signed.
Oct 10th, 2013
Penny B. from Medford, OR writes:
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There is good reason for the present term limit on the office of the President. If nothing else, when we find ourselves with a POS POTUS and enough robots and low information voters who will vote for anyone who offers enough free toys for their vote, at least the term limit will rid us of just such an evil piece of crap in no more than eight years. KEEP THE TERM LIMIT TO TWO TERMS, or better yet - reduce the limit to only one term.
Oct 10th, 2013
Alan G. from Cache, OK signed.