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4 Republican candidates for 6th congressional district support term limits

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MADISON, Wisconsin — All four Republicans running for Congress in Wisconsin's 6th District say they will self-impose term limits if elected.

State Rep. Duey Stroebel, of Saukville, released a column Monday stating his support in general for term limits for members of Congress. State Sen. Glenn Grothman, of West Bend, issued a statement in response saying if elected he would serve no more than 10 years.

Stroebel then said he has no intentions of serving more than 10 years if elected.

A third Republican running for the seat, state Sen. Joe Leibham, of Sheboygan, says he would serve no more than 12 years if elected. A fourth GOP candidate, Tom Denow (DEE'-noh) of Oshkosh, says he also supports term limits.

All four are running for the seat being vacated by Rep. Tom Petri, who is retiring after serving 35 years in Congress.

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