- Anne Meeker
- Hiram, OH
- United States
Would limiting all publicly elected officials to one term promote moral political action?
Particularly in the United States in the political circus leading up to the next election, more and more political actions seem to be driven by pandering to campaign contributors and radicalized voters in an effort to gain reelection. Would limiting officials to one term, and therefore hopefully encouraging them to "do the right thing" without worrying about reelection be worth their possible alienation from their constituents?