At the very time our nation is in uproar, Move to Amend is uniquely positioned to offer a path forward, a vision of a democratic future based on human rights not corporate profits. Our Campaign to Legalize Democracy is succeeding, whereas the more common and glorified employment schemes masquerading as non-profits get little done.
We're a grassroots organization with a very small, devoted and underpaid staff, and we accomplish a lot! From educating and lobbying public officials, to educating local communities and passing resolutions and ballot initiatives, we have always succeeded--alone or in coalition--all on a shoestring budget.
We're gaining ground quickly and our capacity must grow, too. The more immediate need is simply maintaining current capacity. To meet our budget priorities, we must raise $10,000 by the end of this quarter--in just three days. Please contribute $28 for the 28th Amendment, here.
Ballot measures across the country passed on November 8th highlighting the fact that progressive values still resonate with the U.S. electorate. Gains were made even in the face of industry deception and big dollar ad campaigns.
The nonpartisan Move To Amend Rock River Affiliate group is petitioning in Watertown from now through Nov. 24 to get a question on the ballot for the April 7, 2015, election. The group is collecting signatures at Veterans Memorial Park, Riverside Park, around town and door-to-door. They will also be outside the polls during the Nov. 4 election asking for signatures.
Move to Amend is beginning a petition campaign in the City of Watertown on September 26 to gather signatures to place the question of a U.S. Constitutional Amendment on the Watertown ballot April 7, 2015.
The Move to Amend amendment basically states:
1. Only human beings, not corporations, unions, non-profits, or other such organizations are entitled to personhood rights, and
2. Money is not speech.