Seth believes the people of Illinois have lost faith and trust in their elected officials. Illinois’ government needs more transparency and accountability to fight corruption. The Illinois Senate needs more leaders like Seth to fight for term limits and fair maps, by putting people back in charge of the politicians and not the other way around. We need advocates who will continue to put people over politics at a time when Illinois needs it most. Seth has signed a term limits pledge, and when he was inaugurated to the State House in 2021, he immediately declined both his taxpayer-funded government pension and state health insurance. Seth was a co-sponsor of a bill that would limit legislative leaders from serving no more than ten consecutive years in that role. Additionally, Seth introduced the Local Government Term Limit Review Act which would require various units of government to vote on whether to impose term limits for the chairpersons, presidents, or executives of their governing bodies.