If voters want term limits, vote against incumbents

To the editor:

In The Sentinel recently, a gentleman cited “term limits” as an important issue in the upcoming election. How right he is!

Much has been said and written about the need for term limits at both the state and national levels. Every voter should be aware that this is an election issue.

Legislators will never introduce a bill limiting their terms but the voters do have the power to do so. When the voter feels a legislator has served long enough, all he has to do is vote against him. Voting for the other candidate is saying to the incumbent: “you have served long enough!”

Perhaps the nation will give this some serious thought in future elections.

Marianne Hornyak

Burnham