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Candidates Supporting Term Limits for Members of Congress

2020 Congressional Candidates Supporting SJ Res 1 and HJ Res 20, a Constitutional Amendment to Impose Term Limits on Congress (shown only for those states where primaries have been held)

The candidates who have endorsed or co-sponsored the amendment are:

Alabama
Barry Moore, District 2
Mo Brooks, District 5
Gary Palmer, District 6

Arizona
Martha McSally, Senate
Andy Biggs, District 5
David Schweikert, District 6
Debbie Lesko, District 8

Colorado
Ken Buck, District 4

Georgia
David Perdue, Senate
Kelly Loeffler, Senate
Doug Collins, Senate
Rick Allen, District 1
Rich McCormick, District 7

Hawaii
Joseph Akana, District 2
Jonathan Hoomanawanui, District 2

Idaho

Russ Fulcher, District 1
Aaron Swisher, District 2

Illinois
Theresa Raborn, District 2
Jeanne Ives District 6
Rick Laib, District 11
Dani Brzozowski, District 16
Darin LaHood, District 18

Indiana
Thomas Ferkinhoff, District 6
Trey Hollingsworth, District 9
Tonya Millis, District 9

Iowa
Randy Feenstra, District 4

Kansas
Tracey Mann, District 1

Kentucky
James Comer, District 1
Michael Craven, District 3
Thomas Massie, District 4

Louisiana
Sandra Christophe, District 5

Maine
Adrienne Bennett, District 2

Maryland
Johnny Ray Salling, District 2
Gregory Coll, District 8

Michigan
Tim Kelly, District 5
David Dudenhoefer, District 13

Minnesota
Michelle Fischbach, District 7

Missouri
Ann Wagner, District 2
Gena Ross, District 6

Montana
Steve Daines, Senate
Matthew Rosendale, Sr., House

Nebraska
Ben Sasse, Senate
Don Bacon, District 2

Nevada
Joseph Maridon, Jr., District 1

New Jersey
Rosemary Becchi, District 11

New Mexico
Yvette Herrell, District 2

New York
Lee Zeldin, District 1
Andrew Garbarino, District 2
Thomas Zmich, District 6

Ohio

Mark Richardson, District 3

Vanessa Enoch, District 8
Warren Davidson, District 8

Oklahoma
Kevin Hern, District 1
Frank Lucas, District 3

Pennsylvania
John Emmons, District 6
Daniel Meuser, District 9
Scott Perry, District 10
Fred Keller, District 12
Todd Rowley, District 13
John Joyce, District 13
Guy Reschenthaler, District 14
Luke Negron, District 18


South Carolina
Joe Cunningham, District 1
Nancy Mace, District 1
Jeff Duncan, District 3
Ralph Norman, District 5
Larry Hammond, District 7

Tennessee
Tim Burchett, District 2
Mark Green, District 7

Texas
Dan Crenshaw, District 2
Lance Gooden, District 5
Ron Wright, District 6
Michael Cloud, District 27

Utah
J. Robert Latham, District 2

Virginia
John Collick, District 3
Bob Good, District 5
Washington
Timothy Hazelo, District 2

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