Friday, February 4, 2022

U.S. Constitutional Article V Convention For Congressional Term Limits Update

Article V of the U.S. Constitution says: 34 State Legislatures, may put Congress on Notice, that they plan to meet for a Convention to Propose a Congressional Term limits Amendment.

The Term Limits Convention initiative is being Spearheaded by the Nonpartisan, Grassroots Nonprofit Advocacy group, U.S. Term Limits (USTL).

Now, here is where it gets a bit Complicated. The States don’t always pass the exact same Application. So, today there are Four State Legislatures that have passed the U.S. Term Limits (USTL) Single-Subject Application for Congressional Term Limits.

There are 17 that have Passed Applications for Multiple Subjects that include Congressional Term Limits.

While USTL is a Single-Issue Organization, it is possible that the Term Limits portion of the Multiple Subject Applications, may potentially aggregate with the Single Subject Term Limits Convention.


House Representative Steven Bradley (R-58th District) has filed a Resolution applying to participate in a Single-Topic Convention to propose a Congressional Term Limits Amendment, House Joint Resolution 2002 (HJR2002).

On January 18, 2022, the Linn County Republican Committee Officially Passed, the U.S. Term Limits Committee Resolution, calling upon the Iowa Legislature to Pass, an Article V Application, to propose a Term Limits Amendment for Members of the U.S. House and Senate.


The Wood County Republican Party Passes the U.S. Term Limits Resolution, on January 22, 2022, they called on the Wisconsin State Legislature to Pass an Article V Application to Propose a Term Limits Amendment for Members of the U.S. House and Senate.

The Resolution Passed by an Overwhelming Vote, with Chairman Joe Humphrey Presiding.

Jason Church, Wisconsin State Chair for U.S. Term Limits, said, “I am proud of Chairman Joe Humphrey and the Wood County Republican Party.

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