“I don’t plan on serving more than two terms in the Senate,” Pat Roberts said in 1996 before he was elected to the first of three terms in office. Columnist Dave Helling writes that on Nov. 4, Kansas voters will decide whether experience is more important than novelty in the race that pits Roberts against independent challenger Greg Orman.
“I don’t plan on serving more than two terms in the Senate,” Pat Roberts said in 1996 before he was elected to the first of three terms in office. Columnist Dave Helling writes that on Nov. 4, Kansas voters will decide whether experience is more important than novelty in the race that pits Roberts against independent challenger Greg Orman. File photo by Charlie Riedel The Associated Press
“I don’t plan on serving more than two terms in the Senate,” Pat Roberts said in 1996 before he was elected to the first of three terms in office. Columnist Dave Helling writes that on Nov. 4, Kansas voters will decide whether experience is more important than novelty in the race that pits Roberts against independent challenger Greg Orman. File photo by Charlie Riedel The Associated Press

Dave Helling: Politicians’ views on term limits change the longer they are in office

September 22, 2014 03:55 PM