Eight years is enough, says White, the Democrat seeking to unseat Republican Rick Perry.
He'll expand on his statement during an appearance later today in Fort Worth.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
White calls for term limits
A solution to excessive centralization,
special interest power in
"Perry's use of board appointees as a political fundraising machine demonstrates the need for term limits, which are in effect for the governors of 37 out of 50 states," said White.
"The public deserves to know from Rick Perry, not some spokesperson, whether he supports or opposes term limits for governor, and whether he supports letting voters decide," said White.
White will have a brief media availability today in
Yesterday White released a television ad in which he pledged to work for all Texans and highlighted that in Rick Perry's
Earlier this month, White released an ethics reform plan designed to end the use of state offices as part of a self-serving, partisan political machine. He outlined a new approach to appointments, an end to Perry's infamous revolving door and measures to make more information available to the public.