Once again, some of your fellow democracy-loving Texans are trying to get you to limit your choices at the ballot box. It’s an odd, but apparently popular, concept under which you could be barred from voting for somebody you believe has done a good job and deserves more time to do more good.
It’s called term limits, and, for the second time I can remember, a group called Texans for Term Limits (a different group this time) is leading a push for it for statewide officials and legislators.
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