Cross Partisan Support Soars in New Hampshire for HB 1524!

By Wambui Gatheru, Citizen Empowerment Coordinator (

New Hampshire citizens are fed up with big money muddying up our democracy. Recent nonpartisan polls show that an overwhelming majority of Granite State voters believe big money is a major problem. “80% of voters—including 79% of Democrats, 74% of Republicans, and 85% of Independents—believe big money in New Hampshire elections is a problem” the poll shows. 81% of New Hampshire voters believe donors, lobbyists, corporations and special interests have more influence in state politics than voters. Only 14% of Granite Staters think voters have the most influence.

New Hampshire citizens understand the problem, and are now pushing for the solution: an amendment to the constitution placing the rights of people over profits. 

Help New Hampshire become the 20th state calling for the 28th Amendment!

“I am deeply concerned that elections are being bought and paid for by a handful of private interests looking out for themselves–not the people,” said Olivia Zink, Open Democracy’s executive director. “Voters are sick and tired of outside interests spending millions to influence our elections.”

Enter HB 1524, a bill introduced in the 2018 legislative session by Representative Ellen Read, that would make New Hampshire the 20th state demanding Congress to pass a 28th Amendment so people – not money, not corporations, not special interests – govern. Things are moving quickly in the state legislature, and it’s time to turn up the heat. The vote for this historic bill is set for Thursday, February 22. 

This needs your support immediately. Here’s how to get in action action today to make sure HB 1524 wins!

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