Chad Slotta Pledges to Support Constitutional Amendment for Term Limits in Congress

Chad Slotta Pledges to Support Constitutional Amendment for Term Limits in Congress


March 14, 2022

If elected, Slotta to join 95 Members of Congress in supporting three-term limit in House, two-term limit in Senate

Holly Springs, N.C. – U.S. House candidate Chad Slotta today pledged to support an amendment to the U.S. Constitution limiting U.S. Senators to two terms and members of the U.S. House of Representatives to three terms.

Slotta is running to represent NC-13, which includes portions of Wake County, Johnston County, Harnett County, and Wayne County.

Slotta said, “If Members of Congress know their time in Washington is short-lived, maybe they’ll focus less on backslapping and more on the good of the country.”

The proposed Constitutional amendment has 79 supporters in the U.S. House and 16 supporters in the U.S. Senate. Thirty-seven states impose term limits on legislative or executive branch officials. Last year, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed a resolution endorsing federal term limits.

Slotta continued, “There’s a reason term limits enjoy sweeping popular support: The policy restores some level of faith that elected leaders will work for the good of the country, not for themselves, if they know they can’t seek reelection forever.”

About Chad Slotta

Chad served as a Christian pastor for 20 years, including seven at a church in Cary, North Carolina. Following the passing of his father, Chad took over his family’s small business. He has remained active in the faith community through Slotta Global Mission.

Chad and his wife Leah have three children in Wake County Public Schools. Chad has been active in pushing to reclaim the primary role of parents, not bureaucrats, in public education.

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