I could imagine it would make Congressional and Senatorial campaigns more competitive. Another positive is it would completely end the Incumbency Advantage effect (either you believe it is an issue or a benign natural occurrence of serving as a Congressmen limitlessly). However, my grievances come into 1) More frivolous campaign contributing and spending, 2) What would this mean for constituencies having to reluctantly or eagerly vote for new representative or Senator after former candidates' terms are over, and 3) Electability of qualified and unqualified candidates running for Congress. We have seen the disadvantage of having term limits but only in our Executive Branch. We have had 8 years of gradual change and sustainability- even if we have had 6 years of legislative obstruction due to opposite party having majority in House - under a qualified incumbent, President-Elect Barack Obama. Then after his term limit we are reluctantly stuck and have to deal with the very unqualified President-Elect Trump. So would something similar play out in our Congress if they have term limits just like the President has a limit of two terms?