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Democrat Judd Larkins says if elected, he will support term limit legislation

Lexington County, SC 09/21/2022 - Democrat Judd Larkins, a candidate for SC Congressional District 2, a seat currently held by Republican Congressman Joe Wilson, said in a release today that he supports term limits for politicians and will work to pass a term limit bill if he is elected to Congress. Like many fresher faces in the political realm, Judd Larkins has seen how long term, career politicians, who have quiet-quit their positions, are not putting forth the effort needed to fit the demands of life in the 2020’s and beyond. While Judd says he respects the work that many of these politicians have done, many have run their course and it is time to turn the next page.

As an example, Republican Nancy Mace’s campaign manager, Austin McCubbin was quoted saying that “Joe Wison is the reason we need term limits in Congress”, and democratic gubernatorial candidate Joe Cunningham is running on term limits as part of his platform. The issue of term limits is a bipartisan or better said… independent issue, where we can begin to return to a political environment that looks to find the candidate who is the best person for the job at the time.

“I want to thank elected officials, like Rep. Joe Wilson, who have served for decades, but it's time to turn the page here in the 2nd Congressional. We need a fresh, young voice with a focus on putting the 2nd District, first and leading us into our next chapter here in the Midlands.”


31 year old Judd Larkins is running to be the next Congressman for South Carolina Congressional District Two. Judd Larkins has worked as a project negotiator and supply chain specialist for a family-owned electrical company for over a decade and is a co-owner of several donut shops in the state. Judd is running to secure our future for both younger and older generations at every stage of life, invest in our rural communities, and protect our democratic values. Learn more about Judd Larkins at JuddLarkins.com.


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