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.
Connor is a lifelong Mainer and graduate of Colby College in Waterville, Maine, where he earned a BA in Government and Classics. He has been with American Promise since 2021, first as a Research Intern and later a Research Associate. His political experience includes working as a volunteer in the 2018 Maine gubernatorial election and as a campaign fellow in the 2020 Maine Senate election. Having become politically active in a post-Citizens United world, Connor has only seen the problem of money in politics get worse and worse. As a result, he is now excited to be working at American Promise for a cause he believes in and fighting for campaign finance reform and a more representative America. Connor produces the American Promise Roundup: Campaign Finance in the News, a biweekly commentary on important news in campaign finance and election reform, as well as producing longer reports and providing research support for various projects at American Promise.