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Congressional Candidates Vow Term Limits (Aug 01, 2011)

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Two of the GOP candidates for the open 2nd Congressional District seat are promising to serve no more than three terms in office if they are elected.

State Rep. George Faught, R-Muskogee, and Adair County businessman Markwayne Mullin both told The Associated Press on Monday they would limit themselves to six years in office.

Faught and Mullin both are seeking the seat being vacated by current U.S. Rep. Dan Boren, the lone Democrat in the state's congressional delegation.

Other Republicans considering a run include former Tishomingo mayor and attorney Dustin Rowe, and former state Rep. Wayne Pettigrew.

Democrats eying the race include former state Sen. Kenneth Corn; former LeFlore County District Attorney and current Assistant U.S. Attorney Rob Wallace; and current state Sen. Jim Wilson.

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