Minneapolis Area Move to Amend

Date Established: 

November 2011

The Minneapolis Area Move to Amend is a grassroots movement that formed to support Move to Amend to halt corporate overreach and restore democracy. We come from all walks of life and all parts of the political spectrum. We are young, we are getting on, and we come from all branches of the working class continuum, but we arrived in the same place. We are people. We are not corporations. We want to be heard.


Press Coverage

Crowd gathers in Edina to oppose Citizens United ruling

August 21, 2012

The audience of 75 people applauded as David Cobb began, “I’m a patriotic, and these days, pissed off American citizen.”

Cobb, a former Green Party presidential candidate, called for the crowd gathered at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church in Edina to take action in supporting the addition of a 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would state a corporation isn’t a person and money donated to candidates isn’t protected free speech.

Our Movement Moment Of History Is Here: Move To Amend

August 19, 2012

“We are at a movement moment in history, said David Cobb, National Projects Director of Democracy Unlimited and lead speaker on the Midwest Barnstorming Tour of Move To Amend. Cobb’s stop in Edina, Minnesota, Sunday drew a packed crowd of well over 100 people on a glorious summer Sunday afternoon.  “We are at a point where people are engaged and ready to take back control, and these are exciting times because it’s time for us to do what other movements have done in the course of history and say ‘this is our country.’ ”