Ten municipalities in New Jersey have already passed resolutions at the local government level calling on the US Congress to to overturn Citizens United by constitutional amendment. NJOCU gives a tip of our hat to all the great people in these towns and cities who used citizen action to contribute to this movement.
|Cape May Point, Cape May County||City of Elizabeth, Union County|
|Franklin Township, Somerset County||Essex County Board of Freeholders|
|Borough of Highland Park, Middlesex County||Lawrence Township, Mercer County|
|Little Ferry, Bergen County||Manapalan Township in Monmouth County|
|Newark, Essex County||Princeton Township, Mercer County|
|Borough of Princeton, Mercer County||Borough of West Cape May in Cape May County|
Are you working on a local resolution in your community? Or maybe you’re just getting ready to start an effort? Here follows are some very useful RESOURCES to start your effort.
Local Resolution Template (PDF) (you can download by right-clicking and choosing “Save Link As…” or something similar depending on your browser)
|Resources and Information (Resolution Week)||Billion Dollar Democracy (PDF) from U.S. PIRG|
|Learn more from Public Citizen||United 4 the People|
Please contact us. Provide the name of your locality in the comments area. Include a phone number (as a secondary contact method) for best results. We will connect you to someone who can help you make a local resolution happen where you live. Please note that some cites and towns have efforts in progress. Please join these efforts. Just fill out the form below.
PLEASE NOTE: These New Jersey cities are organizing NOW to pass their own local resolutions to get money out of politics. Please check the list to see if an effort ins under way where you live.
|Cape May Point||Borough of|
|New Brunswick||City of|
|Ocean City||City of|
|South Toms River||Borough of|
|West Cape May||Borough of|