Tell Your Elected Officials to Stand Against Corporate Rule!

June 15, 2017

Now, more than ever, we have to know who we’re dealing with when we cast our votes. We need to know if the candidates are willing to stand up to corporate corruption and the influence of big money in our government. And we need to know if our elected officials are ready to take a stand against corporate power. We need your help to hold them accountable to We The People!

This year several states, districts,and municipalities held elections, and we need to be sure they don’t slip through the cracks! You can help hold elected officials accountable!

  • If you have an upcoming election in your district, you can ask all candidates to take the pledge and let voters know where they stand on issues of corporate power!

  • If you have recently had an election, you can reach out to the newly elected officials to ask them to go on the record to state their opposition to corporate rule and say that they’ll use their new office to advance the We The People Amendment - HJR48!

Call, email, and snail mail all candidates and elected officials to ask them to take the pledge:

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation.”

They just need to fill out the pledge form and we’ll publish their responses on our website so voters and constituents know where they stand.

Print friendly pledge - to print out and mail or deliver in person

Electronic pledge - to email and fill out online

You can also take the voter pledge to let candidates know how important this issue is to you!  

Take the Voter Pledge Here!

Please note:

  • Move to Amend does not support or endorse any candidates for office. This is an effort to inform the public about candidates for office on the issues of corporate power and money as political speech. Efforts are made to give all representatives equal opportunity to participate.

  • When you are asking candidates or officials to take the pledge, please refrain from identifying yourself with a political party. This is a non-partisan effort.

  • If you’re asking candidates to pledge, please be sure to give the pledge to every candidate in the race with equal time to reply.

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