Term Limits

Serving in Congress shouldn’t be a career.

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Matt has never run for public office before and believes serving in Congress shouldn’t be a career. We need term limits to remind our Representatives that they work for us, not the lobbyists and special interests in Washington. That’s why Matt signed the term limits pledge his first week in the race.

The Term Limits Pledge

Too many politicians head to Washington with the goals of making a career out of their service and making a living on the backs of the U.S. Taxpayers. Representing New Hampshire in Washington should be about service, not a career. In his first week in the race, Matt signed the U.S. Term limits pledge. In doing so, Matt committed to serving no more than three terms in Congress, as well as cosponsoring and voting for term limit legislation when elected.

Did you know? Matt is the only person in the race that has never run for public office. Chris Pappas has held political office since 2002!

Break Up the Bureaucracy and Hold It Accountable

Unelected bureaucrats hold too much power over the decisions and tax dollars of everyday Americans. We need to upgrade civil service laws to ensure that employees who violate the public trust or don’t deliver can be held accountable. Matt also supports moving significant portions of the federal workforce out of Washington, DC and into the states in order to diversify perspectives in the federal government and make them closer to the people they serve.