Mendocino County Move to Amend

Date Established: 

July 2011

The local Move to Amend affiliate for Mendocino County, California.

For any questions about the Mendocino County Affiliate, please contact coordinators:

Carrie Durkee - (707) 937-2554

Margaret Koster - (707) 459-5970


A Community Extension Clas: GRASSROOTS SOLUTIONS & CORPORATE POWER. Mendocino College---Ukiah Campus

August 22, 2015

This class links to, supports, and is supported by the work of Paul Cienfuegos, Jim Hightow- er, The Alliance for Democracy, Move to Amend, Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, Democracy School, Global Exchange, and the many other people, programs, and institutions work- ing to counter the anti-democratic corporate forces at work in our

Community Workshop: Citizenship in an Age of Corporate Power. Mendocino College---Fort Bragg Campus

August 22, 2015

The class, in addressing citizenship in an age of corporate power, will cover a range of sub-topics including elections, activism, the commons, globalization, localization, climate change, public banking, the “new economy”, the rights of nature, and policy making.

Press Coverage

Lobbying At the Capitol

October 19, 2015

On Wednesday, August 19, ten members of Move to Amend from Mendocino, Sonoma and Humboldt Counties paid a visit to the Sacramento offices of State Senator Mike McGuire and Assemblyman Jim Wood.  Both McGuire and Wood made pre-election pledges to support amending the U.S.

Mendocino County BOS approves MTA Resolution

September 7, 2013

Board of Supervisors call for Amendment to U.S. Constitution

The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution calling for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution at its August 27 meeting in Ukiah.

Their Resolution called for an amendment that said only human beings are endowed with Constitutional rights and that donations to political campaigns are not Free Speech and can be regulated.