Term Limits can help break the cycle of corruption in Congress. Studies show that the longer an individual stays in office, the more likely they are to stop serving the public and begin serving their own interests. Term Limits will encourage regular citizens to run for office. Because of name recognition, and usually the advantage of money, it can be easy to stay in office. Without legitimate competition, what is the incentive for a member of Congress to serve the public? Furthermore, it is almost a lost cause for the average citizen to try to campaign against current members of Congress. Term Limits will break the power special interest groups have in Congress. Term Limits will force politicians to think about the impact of their legislation because they will be returning to their communities shortly to live under the laws they enacted. Term Limits will bring diversity of people and fresh ideas to Congress.