Dennis McCauley, the Democratic candidate for Bucks County Sheriff, says if elected, he will set a self-imposed term limit.
McCauley said if elected, he would limit himself to two terms in office.
"I believe in term limits,” McCauley said. “Elected office should be about serving the public, not building an empire.”
McCauley, a Doylestown Borough Councilman, is facing incumbent Sheriff Edward "Duke" Donnelly. Donnelly, who has been in office for 10 years, is seeking a fourth term.
In a press release, McCauley also took issue with Donnelly putting his name on the department vehicles and “turning them into rolling political ads at taxpayer expense.”
"It's time for a new sheriff in town,” McCauley said.
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