Move to Amend Reports LIVE with Post-Election Analysis

November 9, 2016

Move to Amend Reports connects you with activists and organizers working on the frontlines of the democracy movement, to bring you the lowdown on corporate rule, corporate personhood, and money as speech.

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As the rollercoaster that is the 2016 election has (finally!) concluded, Move to Amend has won BIG in mutliple states across the country!

Join us for a LIVE post-election special as we talk about the results of the 2016 election with local campaign organizers for California's Proposition 59 and Washington's I-735, along with a roundtable discussion featuring regular host Laura Bonham and Move to Amend's National Director Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap joined by special guests political Lee Camp of Redacted Tonight and Eleanor Goldfield of Act Out and Rooftop Revolutionaries!

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Holly Mosher is a key organizer for the Yes on Prop 59 campaign in California and the Yes on I-735 campaign in Washington. She is an award-winning filmmaker and producer of several documentaries including Hummingbird, Free For All and Pay 2 Play: Democracy's High Stakes

 

Anne Wilson is the Santa Clara County Move to Amend coordinator. Anne is an activist grandmother concernedwith the welfare of her family, community, and environment.  An active member of the Move to Amend (MTA) Santa Clara County affiliate for five years, she is spearheading the MTA California Affiliate Campaign for Prop 59.

 

Cindy Black currently serves as our campaign Chair. She served as the WAmend Secretary during the I-735 signature gathering campaign, and also worked on I-1329 in 2014. Prior to that, she was a grassroots organizer for I-522 to label GMOs. 

 

Toni Stefnik is captain and leader for the WAmend Coalition in Kitsap County, Washington. She is a coordinator for Move to Amend Kitsap, and has worked tirelessly on both I-1329 and I-735. 

 

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