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  • He frustrated them again and again and left office with the highest approval ratings of any two-term president.

    The Good Fight

  • A spokesman for Perry's re-election campaign told CNN that the request was made because the two-term governor is not thinking about running for President, but is instead "focused on running for governor."

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry pulled out of conservative straw poll

  • · In Arkansas, Blanche Lincoln's approval rating has dropped by double digits in the last five months to below the 40 percent mark, which is a perilous position for a two-term Senator 14 months from an election.

    Cornyn expresses optimism, caution on 2010

  • A comparison of economic performance under these two-term presidents and their tax policies is as close as we can get to a carefully-structured science experiment.

    Dave Johnson: Did Tax Cuts Grow The Economy?

  • The latter category obviously includes George W. Bush, who still worships his father, the war hero and president, who in turn profoundly admires his father, Prescott Bush—the 6-foot 4-inch World War I artillery captain, Wall Street titan and two-term U.S. senator from Connecticut.

    Presidential Fathers and Sons

  • He set off a wave of criticism in 2009 when he announced he planned to run for a third term in 2012, using a loophole in the electoral law to circumvent the two-term maximum set out in the constitution.

    Senegal cancels new law amid violent protest

  • According to the poll, 45% strongly support restoring the two-term cap and 20% somewhat support the measure.

    Poll Shows Wide Term-Limit Support

  • The measure also includes a controversial "grandfather clause" that would permit current office holders to serve three terms, even if voters restore the two-term cap.

    Poll Shows Wide Term-Limit Support

  • "It was wrong," said Mr. Nauta, who already voted to restore the two-term cap with an absentee ballot.

    Poll Shows Wide Term-Limit Support

  • Voters had approved a two-term cap in two separate referendums in the 1990s.

    Poll Shows Wide Term-Limit Support

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