5. Term Limits

Prohibit term limits for elected, and even appointed, officials. Term limits violate the will of the voters.

The concept itself is an illogical solution to the problem of not getting the right people in the job. The root of the problem lies in the fact that voters are uneducated about the issues, candidates and the policymaking process in general. To impose a blanket prohibition against one group of people with the most experience in the job (namely, incumbents) from running, is a huge disservice to civil society.

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