More resource links:
There are several organizations involved in the fight against Money in Politics. The following are key players in the movement specifically seeking to amend the constitution. NJOCU believes that a constitutional amendment will be necessary to truly reclaim our democracy. These links point to organizational tips, recruiting ideas, facts, figures, arguments, document templates and yet further links to other resources – all intended to help inform you as deeply as you want to go and ultimately make your efforts productive.
If you don’t need this much detail, remember you can contact real people on the Local Efforts page. We’re happy to provide as many short cuts as possible. That page also has a local resolution template and a link to a short list of great resources at Resolutions Week, as well as a PDF from U.S. PIRG with lots of useful data.
|Free Speech for People|
|Resources for Activists from FS4P|
|Recommended Reading from Move to Amend|
|Resources and Information from Move To Amend|
|Learn more from Move To Amend|
|Campaign for Congressional Amendment Sponsors from Public Citizen|
|Money in Politics portal at Public Citizen|
|Government by the People from PFAW|
|Government by the People Activist Packet (PDF) PFAW|
|Money in Politics from Common Cause|
|Amend 2012 from Common Cause|
|Amend 2012 Toolkit from Common Cause|
Resolutions Week (PDF)