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Arkansans Don’t Want Term Limits Changes

ALEXANDER APPEARS TO BE EMBRACING THE LONG TRADITION OF POLITICIANS NOT KEEPING PROMISES

Posted: January 5, 2014 at 12:01 a.m.

State Rep. Randy Alexander’s political career got off to a promising start. In April of 2012, while running for the District 88 Arkansas House seat, Alexander signed the U.S. Term Limits pledge promising to “take no action that would aid or abet the abolition or lengthening of term limits to which elected oft cials in Arkansas are subject.” Exactly one year later, in April of 2013, newly-minted Rep. Alexander broke his promise.

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Opinion, Pages 11 on 01/05/2014

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