Term limits correlate strongly to state fiscal health

Say it isn't so! My opponent, Lou D'Allesandro (80) has been in the Senate, raising your taxes for 20 years.

This article states:

“'Only 15 state legislatures in the U.S. are term limited,' U.S. Term Limits President Philip Blumel writes in a letter to the Mercatus folks. 'However, four of your top five fiscally healthy states are term limit states.'

And how many of Mercatus’ bottom five states possess term limits?

Zero.

That’s 80 percent of the top states from a fiscal standpoint coming from just 30 percent of states where legislators are limited. And no state with term limits can be found at the bottom of the heap.*

Now, these impressive results do not prove 'that this fiscal outperformance is due primarily to term limits,' Blumel admits. Instead, they do 'effectively disprove a common objection to term limits.'”

If you want more money in your pocket, and if you want to be left alone to peacefully pursue your life as you see fit, I ask for your vote on Nov. 6th. Uncle Lou has had his run, twenty years is long enough. It's time to give a fresh voice with fresh ideas a chance!

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