Massachusetts citizens are helping lead the way toward an America where we all have an equal say in the decisions that matter in our states and our lives. Thanks to the tireless efforts of Massachusetts volunteers, in 2019 voters overwhelmingly approved the establishment a first-of-its-kind nonpartisan Citizen Commission to advance the state’s policy in favor of an amendment to address concerns about corruption, undue influence, and unequal citizenship as a result of unlimited political spending. Join the Massachusetts campaign toward a more perfect union.
Massachusetts American Promise volunteers have achieved stunning grassroots, cross-partisan victories across the state. In 2019, Massachusetts announced the non-partisan Citizen Commission, the result of a law passed by 71 percent of Massachusetts voters in a citizens ballot initiative. To place the question about the Commission on the ballot, more than 1,000 volunteers connected with hundreds of thousands of voters and collected over 130,000 signatures from every town in Massachusetts. The measure was endorsed by Republican Governor Charlie Baker and Democrati Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey. Find the first report by the Citizens Commission below.
|Name||State||District||Elected Office||Political Party||Date of Pledge|
|Dominick Pangallo||Massachusetts||Salem||Mayor||Democrat||Feb 14, 2023|
|Adam Gomez||Massachusetts||Hampden||State Senator||Democrat||Aug 16, 2020|
|Alexandra Chandler||Massachusetts||3||US Representative||Democrat||Jan 1, 1970|
|Barbara L’Italien||Massachusetts||3||US Representative||Democrat||Apr 10, 2018|