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INDIANAPOLIS — Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun has pledged that he will serve no more than two terms if elected to the U.S. Senate.

“I would run no more than two terms, and if I can’t see impact after being there six years, I will trot back to southern Indiana,” Braun tells 93 WIBC’s Tony Katz.

Braun says he’s in favor of term limits for members of Congress and would like to see more business leaders like Donald Trump serving in Washington.

“I think we do not send the ‘creme of the crop’ to D.C.  We’ve got to get people there that have actually done things in the real world or we’re going to have the same dynamic,” Braun says.

On Oct. 9, 2017, Braun signed a pledge that he would serve no more than two terms if elected.

In Jan. 2017, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Congressman Ron DeSantis (R-FL) introduced legislation that would have proposed a Constitutional Amendment to limit House members to three terms and Senators to two terms.  

Braun is facing Democrat incumbent Senator Joe Donnelly in the Nov. 6 election.  

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