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.
 
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The Problem of Foreign Money in Politics Report Showcases How Foreign Interests Are Spending Massive Amounts of Money in U.S. Elections
Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) recently introduced the Ending Corporate Influence on Elections Act, which would reverse the Citizens United decision and reduce the ability of corporations to spend unlimited amounts of money in our elections. The bill has created conflict between Hawley and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), whose allies run the Senate Leadership Fund Super PAC, which takes in unlimited contributions from corporations. Shocked? We're not!
American Promise has submitted a working paper to the American Bar Association Task Force for American Democracy, recommending a constitutional amendment to address the problem of money in American elections
We dive deep to report on how unlimited money affected the 2022 Pennsylvania Senate Election in our updated report.
Senator Hawley’s bill would prohibit publicly traded corporations from using Super PACs and so-called “independent spending” to influence elections.
More money and bigger war chests inevitably lead to more corruption, more influence by dark money interests, and less representation by everyday Americans. Which is why over 86% of Americans believe that the influence of money in politics is the major threat to our democracy.
A nationwide poll shows strong cross-partisan support for a constitutional amendment that would allow Congress and the states to reasonably regulate and limit money in our campaigns and elections.
A state poll shows strong cross-partisan concern for the influence of money in politics and support for a constitutional amendment to fix it
Another installment in our series of stories about how our elections are being bought out from under us and all that matters is fundraising and the donor class.