Election of the President and Vice President of the United States Elections; Term Limits for Congress
1. Election of the President and the Vice President of the United States shall be by the direct popular vote of the eligible voters in the various states of the Union. Said votes shall be counted locally in the states and then transmitted to a central location where they shall be tallied again.
2. The Electoral College shall be abolished and no longer utilized for the election of the President and Vice President of the United States.
3. Election campaigns shall be limited to 60 days and publicly financed with no individual contributions in excess of $2,500. A National primary election shall be effectuated, with all candidates on the ballot.
In the event that no candidate achieves a majority of the vote, there shall be a run-off election to determine those two or three candidates with the largest plurality of votes and they shall be the candidates in the general election.
4. Corporations, by the terms of this amendment are not people and shall be limited to the same level of contribution as set forth above for natural persons.
5. United States Senators shall not serve more than two terms, or 12 years
Members of the House of Representatives shall serve no longer than 3 terms or 12 years.
This amendment shall become effective 6 years after passage by the Congress and ratification by the states.
6. Congress shall have the power to enforce this amendment by appropriate legislation.