Tag: U.S. Term Limits

A.G. GancarskiAugust 16, 2017

A controversial bill to allow a referendum to change Jacksonville’s long-standing two-term limit for many elected officials is slated to return to the Council floor Tuesday evening. Ahead of that, U.S. Term Limits, along with Jacksonville City Councilmen John Crescimbeni, Greg Anderson, and Tommy Hazouri, convened to sound the alarm against relaxing term limits and present a Rasmussen/Pulse […]


Several state lawmakers — including Reps. Scott Plakon, Neil Combee, and Randy Fine — have received messages from their constituents asking them to block Grant from running for re-election and running for Speaker during the 2022-24 term, saying the Tampa Republican has already served eight years in office and any more would be in violation of the […]

William PatrickMarch 15, 2017

House Speaker Richard Corcoran began his two-year speakership in November by promising a “transformational leap” in government accountability and transparency. “The Florida House will set the standard for others to emulate,” he declared. Such pronouncements are often uttered by politicians, especially those who may aspire to higher office. But one week into Florida’s annual legislative session the […]

Staff ReportsFebruary 11, 2016

The Florida Legislature is sending a message to Congress — set term limits for members. The House and Senate this week passed resolutions calling for a convention of the states to amend the U.S. Constitution to set term limits for lawmakers. Philip Blumel, president of U.S. Term Limits, said in a statement: “Seventy-five percent of Americans […]


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