PEMBROKE – Peter Tedeschi, candidate to represent the 9th Congressional District of Massachusetts, signed the Congressional Term Limits pledge through the organization U.S. Term Limits. In doing so, Tedeschi pledges to: seek no more than three terms (six years) as a Representative, co-sponsor and vote for a resolution proposing a Constitutional amendment establishing term limits for members of Congress, and join the Term Limits Caucus.
U.S. Term Limits has, “advocated for term limits at all levels of government,” since its founding in the early 1990s. The Congressional Term Limits Caucus is co-chaired by Republican Congressman Rod Blum (IA-1) and Democrat Congressman Beto O’Rourke (TX-16).
“I am proud to sign the U.S. Term Limits pledge. I have always believed that the call to serve in political office is a civic duty and not intended to be a career,” says Peter Tedeschi. “We need our elected officials to focus on doing the work of the people. There are too many important issues that go unresolved because of gridlock caused by partisanship and special interests.”
July 30, 2018
Maureen McInerney, Communications Director