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American Promise is a national, nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots organization that advocates for a 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution that would allow the U.S. Congress and states to set reasonable limits on campaign spending in U.S. elections.

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The Conservative Case to Get Money Out

Organizer: American Promise

Constitutional Amendments are won when there is overwhelming cross-partisan support. Winning the American Promise Amendment to get big money out of politics and put power back in the hands of the American people will take all of us working together. Join conservative leaders in the movement for a political roundtable on how to fix things.

Location: Webinar

National Call with Nina Turner & Rep. Ro Khanna

Organizer: American Promise

Get fired up as Rep. Khanna and Nina Turner delve into how we break big money's grip on our political system and the movement for historic reform fueled by people-powered campaigns.

Location: Webinar

National upheaval is the time for doubling down on the campaign finance cure

Palmer is a public interest attorney who ran Fair Elections for New York, a campaign that won passage of the state's new public campaign financing program in April.
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Democracy reform groups seize time of racial protest to press their cause

A week of escalating and violent protest against racial injustice has prompted democracy reform groups to start uniting behind a message that resonates with their own goals.

Responding to the wave of demonstrations against the deaths of black people killed by police, many of these organizations are reaching out to declare unequivocal support for the marchers. But their statements, which grew in volume Monday, are also seeking to connect the furious urgency of the moment to the pursuit of their sometimes more esoteric sounding agenda.

Achieving racial justice and fixing all that's broken with governance and politics are two sides of the same pursuit, they say. Giving all Americans an equal standing is a prerequisite to securing a democracy that works for all voters, but reducing the current imbalance in democratic power is at the same time a prerequisite for giving all voices a chance to be heard.

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