Citizens United 2.0? Hell No!

October 8, 2013

In McCutcheon v. Federal Elections Commission, the Supreme Court will decide whether or not to uphold a law that says that no one person can contribute over $123,000 directly to federal candidates, parties, and committees (that’s over twice the average American’s income).

We don’t need the Court to do any more damage to our democracy. Shaped by the Court’s past decisions, the current system of campaign finance already allows a tiny percentage of wealthy Americans to dominate our elections and political process.

The solution to this poison is the We the People Amendment. In the face of another Supreme Court ruling aimed at further making democracy not only impossible, but actually illegal, it is time for us to stand up. IT IS TIME FOR US TO RESIST.

Stand Up and Resist!

  • Sign the "Resist to Amend" Pledge to commit to take action if the Court rules against We the People in McCutcheon v. FEC.
  • Share this video with your friends to help educate and spread the word:
  • Tune in to Move to Amend Reports (our weekly internet radio show) to learn more. This week (Thursday, October 10 at 5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern) the whole show is dedicated to discussing the McCutcheon case and its implications. Tune in live at This is a call-in show so you'll be able to ask questions by calling us at (646) 652-2345 and pressing 1 to let the hosts know you want to participate.
  • Check our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages this week for articles and images to share with your networks to help spread the word about the dangers of the McCutcheon case.
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