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Beaufort County Resolution Regarding Term Limits

This below resolution was passed at the Beaufort county convention, and will now go to the resolutions committee. If the resolutions committee passes it, the resolution will be up for a vote at the state convention. However, before the resolutions committee votes, they want to know your opinion. Please use the comments section below to give us your opinion, and please use your real name. Thank you!

WHEREAS, Beaufort county Republican Party Hilton Head Precinct 6A, holding its Precinct Reorganization Meeting on Monday, February 28, 2011, and

WHEREAS, our Precinct recognizes that it is a primary duty of every Citizen to help the government fight corruption, and

WHEREAS, our Precinct realizes that the Federal government cannot possibly reform itself, and

WHEREAS, a movement has begun amongst the several States to advance the concept of a Constitutional Amendment to limit congressional terms of office, and

WHEREAS, it appears that the time may be right for a grass roots initiative on this matter, therefore

BE IT RESOLVED, that the State Legislature of the State of South Carolina, in conjunction with other like-minded States, should initiate and ratify an Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proposed Amendment take the form, as follows:

1. No person shall be elected as a member of the U.S. House of
Representatives/Member of Congress more than six times or the U.S.
Senate more than two times for a total of twelve years total for either

2. If an individual is already holding the office of member of the U.S. House
Of Representatives/U.S. Senator when this Amendment takes effect, this
Individual may continue to hold the office for the remainder of its term,
not to exceed six years.