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Should there be a term limit for all elected officials?
There should be a term limit for all elected officials.
By having term limits, you minimise the incentives for bribery/collusion.
Term limits reduces the chances of "safe seats" being formed.
Terms limits will force the elected representatives to focus on actual issues that they were elected to do.
Term limits will allow those with newer/fresh ideas to put them to work.
A system is more democratic if voters can decide what they want without institutional restraints.
Longer term times allow officials to gain experience.
Longer term limits contribute to greater stability.
Term limits would deprive us of the continued service of exceptional representatives and leaders whose abilities surpass their competitors.
Term limits are unnecessary as voters can replace politicians in every voting cycle.
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