Media release by Dunbar for Congress on January 3, 2018FOREST, VA – Cynthia Dunbar, Republican National Committeewoman representing Virginia on the Republican National Committee and candidate for Congress in Virginia’s 6th Congressional District, released the following statement committing to serve a maximum of three terms once elected to Congress.
All talk and no action career politicians in both parties are to blame for the problems our nation faces today (said Dunbar). These life-long politicians consistently put their own self-interests before doing what is best for their constituents; they are the establishment legislators who are happy with the status quo and benefit from the swamp that the rest of us are working to drain. That’s why I’ve made a pledge to the citizens of Virginia’s 6th district that I will serve no more than three terms in Congress.
I have no desire to become a career politician. I wish only to work with President Trump to drain the swamp by locking in regulatory reform, putting an end to excessive spending, enacting tax relief that benefits hard-working Americans, and protecting the personal freedoms that are guaranteed to us.
At this time, Cynthia Dunbar is the only candidate from the 6th district who has taken a term limit pledge, or come out with a position on congressional term-limits in general. Just last week, Dunbar announced that once elected to Congress, she will join the Freedom Caucus in order to fight against big government policies. Dunbar continues to be the only proven conservative candidate in the race for the 6th district, and is in the best position to take over the seat being vacated by retiring Rep. Bob Goodlatte.