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Imagine an Election After a Convention of States

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Today we're going to imagine what this election would look like if some amendments, proposed at an Article V "convention for proposing amendments", were already ratified by 3/4ths of the states.

How would the elections for Congressional representatives be affected if term limits were in effect?  What about Senate elections?  Add to that the repeal of the 17th amendment - how does that change the focus of your state elections?

And what if term limits for the Supreme Court and the judiciary were in effect?

The point of this conversation - the first election cycle after amendments are ratified will be radically different from any cycle we've experienced in our lifetime, and We the People will be energized and engaged as we realize the power we have with self-governance.

We'll have a short news segment, to track all of the Convention of States activity occurring around the nation this week. We'll leave some time for phone calls, for your questions and comments.

That Provident Article" is hosted by Convention of States Texas volunteer Paul Hodson, with the Convention of States since late 2013, a District Captain in Texas from February 2014 through November 2015, and now serving as Co-Director for the Convention of States Texas.

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