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March 31, 2022

Cultivating Patriotism, Sowing the Seeds of Democracy

Cultivating Patriotism, Sowing the Seeds of Democracy

March 31, 2022
Published By American Promise

Spring has sprung, and we’re ready for a new season of growth here at American Promise. Money in politics is damaging the roots of our democracy—if we want our country to flourish, it’s time to strengthen those roots. It takes both sun and rain to make a garden grow, so rain or shine we’ll be out there tending the seeds of our democracy. We invite you to join us!

-The American Promise Team

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