Term Limits And The Role Of Representatives

I believe that term limits have not been very effective and do not support them.  Elected Representatives must uphold their oaths to defend the US and Ohio Constitutions and all promises made in writing, electronically and verbally. They should follow the will of the people unless they propose a blatantly disastrous measure. A better solution to the problem of entrenched government would be to limit length of terms; two year terms for governor as Ohio practiced before 1958, two year terms for state senators and one year terms for state representatives. Most of them vote better and do less damage during election years. This would help restore responsible government.