With a week to go until the primary election, you can expect to be hearing and seeing a lot of ads in key races.
Signature-driven measures calling for term limits for Illinois legislators and a new political redistricting process may not appear on the November ballot.
Gov. Pat Quinn says he supports a plan to let voters decide if they should limit the terms of state constitutional officers.
New analysis finds 60% in General Assembly wouldn’t be affected right away.
President Barack Obama epitomizes the need for a one-term limit for presidents of the United States.
The idea of term limits is one a recent poll of Illinoisans shows is still widely supported.
If you had to pick one factor to explain the difficulties encountered during the 2012 session of Missouri’s legislature, it would have to be term limits.
Missouri voters could get to decide whether to impose term limits on all executive officeholders under the proposed bill.
Initially they had decided on bumping term limits up to 12 years in each chamber but decided four more would be better.
John and Michael ask if Pres. Obama is the most liberal president in the history of our country; they also talk about term limits for elected officials, about limits to political contributions, about Christmas fruitcakes, about the history of the baseball bat, and about Father Dominic’s, the PBS Baking Monk,appearance in STL this weekend.