I might have said here earlier I'm ambivalent about term limits for elected officials. They work both ways: They can get rid of politicians you like, and ones you don't like- one that comes to mind being Wes Chesbro.
Oh, I'm sure Chesbro might have done one or two things in his life deserving of praise from a libertarian perspective, but I can't think of any off the top of my head. I'll be glad to see him go.
Things is, the odds are his replacement will be just as bad as he was, so no big loss for the Left, or gain for the Right. Everything remains the same.
I believe I voted for term limits whenever it was we voted for them years ago. I don't know if I'd vote for them again, or not.