About U.S. Term Limits

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The Congressional Term Limits Convention is an initiative of U.S. Term Limits (USTL), a Washington, D.C. and Florida-based nonprofit specializing in term limits advocacy. Since its founding in 1992, USTL has helped facilitate over 500 successful term limits campaigns at all levels of government. After achieving state-imposed term limits on 23 congressional delegations – encompassing nearly half of Congress – the citizens saw these efforts undone in 1995 by the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in U.S. Term Limits vs. Thornton. But USTL never stopped fighting and has focused its resources on ensuring that term limit victories in the states weren’t overturned, building a formidable, grassroots army and pioneering a new plan to impose term limits on Congress via the Article V convention.

Ron Hooper
Ron Hooper—Western Regional Director
U.S. Term Limits

Ron Hooper will be presenting the U.S. Term Limits Amendment at the Academy of States.  Ron has extensive experience building venture backed technology companies and serving on Boards of Directors and was the co-founder of both domestic and international companies. In 2015, Ron retired as a member of Cisco Systems’ Business Transformation Architecture Group and moved his family to Carefree, Arizona. After watching the dysfunction in Congress, he knew he needed to do something to disrupt career politicians and joined the staff at US Term Limits.

Ron Hooper is a graduate of Baptist University, an active speaker and panelist for various events. He is active with children’s causes including alumni vice-chairman and director of Marin Advocates for Children - Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC).

Ron now resides in Arizona with his family. Contact Ron at rhooper@termlimits.com.