And term limit laws specifically exempting Republicans--didn't say that either.
I will add that term limits were a big plank of Gringrich's contract on America in 1994.
And term limits were once again a BFD with the GOP in 2010, since the TEA have no agenda but blowing up DC, rhetorically mind you .
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I support open primaries completely because I think there are a lot of people out there, registered to a party and not, who want more moderate candidates. There are a lot more people who do not agree fully with any party's platform completely than there are that agree with a party's platform fully. And candidates need to be able to represent all people, not just those that agree with a specific party's platform more than the majority of people.
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I believe that the party candidate should be picked by those in the party. I do think that if the state is administering the elections, that they can set the rules. I'm generally in favor of California's top 2 in the primary go on to the general election regardless of party. I'm not sure if they are still allowed to have write-in's in the General.