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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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Writing the 28th Amendment – Boston, MA

March 27, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm UTC+0

With the first Constitutional amendment in the digital age, there’s no reason why every American can’t be at the table! American Promise and the American Constitution Society are hosting interactive town hall meetings in every region of the country, kicking off in Boston.

Join American Promise founder and president Jeff ClementsCongressman Jim McGovern, Demos Vice President of Policy and Legal Strategies Brenda Wright, Free Speech for People Legal Director Ron Fein, We the People Massachusetts’ Lee Ketelsen, and fellow citizen leaders for a town hall meeting about how to write and pass the 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Learn more about and participate in the fast-growing work for a Constitutional amendment to reform the role of money in elections, and ensure effective self-government by the people.

Following this event, there will be an informal gathering at the Beantown Pub, located on 100 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02108, to continue this important conversation.

The series of regional town hall meetings are part of American Promise’s Writing the 28th Amendment project.

Writing the 28th Amendment-Boston is co-sponsored by American Promise, the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, Take Back Our Republic, MassVote, Free Speech for People, We the People Massachusetts and Mass PIRG. It is free and open to the public.



March 27, 2017


6:00 pm - 7:30 pm UTC+0


1 City Hall Square
Boston, MA 02201 United States