Move to Amend Tucson

Date Established: 

November 2011

We are the Move to Amend affiliate for Tucson, Pima County, and Southern Arizona. Our main goals are to end "Corporate Personhood" and "money as free speech" through our We the People Amendment (HJR48) introduced in the 114th Congress on April 29, 2015...We hope to get big money out of politics and return the electoral process to "We the People" as guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution...details about our Amendment can be found on the National website...

Our Tucson affiliate holds actions the 2nd Saturday of each month at 10:00 AM.  We display our Move to Amend banners and gather signatures on the MTA petition in support of the amendment.  At 11:30 we  adjourn to a nearby restaurant for lunch, planning and socializing.

On Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 10:00 AM we'll meet outside the Eckstrom-Columbus Library on the corner of 22nd St. and Columbus.  Please, join us for fun and action! 


Our projects include: 

  • Reaching out to community organizations to build relationships and coalitions 

  • Community Outreach through our Speakers Bureau 

  • Lobby our local, state and Federal Representatives to support our Amendment

Interested in helping with these projects? Or have ideas of your own? Contact Tucson Move to Amend via email: tucson [at] or call Lee at 520-256-4058.

Be sure to check Announcements and Events for the latest information about upcoming activities...

Margo Newhouse, Chairperson, Tucson Affiliate


"We The People" - Barnstorming Tour, Tucson - November 6th, 2014



Monthly Meeting

August 4, 2016

Program will focus on some of the National Strategic Plan goals like their Petition Contest, and Pledge to Amend Campaign...Election of New Officers will also be on the Agenda...

Press Coverage

Tucson demonstrators participate in Occupy The Courts

January 20, 2012

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD) - The Occupy Movement turned its focus to the nation's highest court, gathering outside the Supreme Court building in Washington, Friday..

The event was being held near the two-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case of Citizens United versus the Federal Election Commission.

The Occupy Movement in Tucson participated in the national demonstration.

Protesters gathered at the federal courthouse downtown.