Tell Congress to Stand Up to McCutcheon

People in 150 Towns in 41 States Protested McCutcheon on Wednesday

The U.S. Supreme Court decided in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission to allow individuals to give nearly $6 million directly to candidates and parties in a 2-year federal election cycle. This is nearly 50 times the limit before the ruling. Previous to the ruling, only about 1,200 people even came close to the already enormous donation cap.

Meet with your member of congress to demand action. See pictures from Wednesday's events.

A people's movement

  • Andrea"I retired from teaching in 2011. I soon became an activist engaged in ending corporate personhood and money in politics. For me, it is empowering to stand up for justice as it goes to the core of my soul. I now have a voice."
    -Andrea Rea, Florida

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The U.S. Supreme Court has destroyed limits on spending in our elections in the Citizens United and McCutcheon rulings. Not only can corporations spend unlimited amounts to influence elections, but individuals can give millions directly to parties and candidates. Democracy is for all people, not just for corporations and the super-rich.

Add your name to our petition for a constitutional amendment to overturn the ruling and reclaim our democracy.

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Supreme Court Considers Further Eliminating Spending Limits

McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission (FEC), a case whose impact on our political system could be as damaging as Citizens United, was heard by the  U.S. Supreme Court on Oct. 8, and it could dramatically boost the corrupting influence of the wealthy over candidates in federal elections.

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Learn about the McCutcheon Activists

Learn about the McCutcheon Activists

Meet the activists who are gearing up around the country organizing rallies to take place on the day of the McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission ruling. Learn what the ruling means to them and why it is so critical for everyday people to get involved.

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By the Numbers Support for an amendment is growing.


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People in towns and cities across the country are advancing resolutions through their city and town councils and state legislatures that declare support for a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United, challenge corporate power. and eliminate unlimited campaign spending.

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