I join the overwhelming majority of Americans to demand an amendment to the United States Constitution to end the domination of big money in politics and give voice to all Americans.
I will stand with all Americans, without regard to party or other differences, and urge all candidates and elected officials to do the same, in order to pass and ratify such a constitutional amendment as soon as possible.

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November 7, 2022

80,749 Maine Voters

80,749 Maine Voters

November 7, 2022
Published By American Promise

On November 1, 2022, American Promise and Protect Maine Elections submitted the signatures of 80,749 Maine voters to the Secretary of State, significantly more signatures than required to place our initiative on the November 2023 ballot.

We are thrilled – Maine voters are joining together to strengthen our democracy and take back our elections from dark money special interest groups and foreign governments trying to disrupt the democratic process. But, our job isn’t done.

Our opponents will be billion dollar companies owned by foreign governments and dark money special interest groups. As a grassroots organization fighting against these corruptive influences in order to return our democracy to the voters, we will need all hands on deck for this next phase. 

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