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    Tuesday, July 30, 2024 at 12:00 AM

    DNC 2024 Planning Call

    Be Part of the DNC Planning Team!

    We are going to Chicago Aug 19-22. As we prepare for the 2024 Democratic National Convention, we at Move to Amend are eager to strategize and plan impactful actions that will amplify our mission and message. Your input and ideas are crucial to making our efforts successful, and we would love for you to join us in this process.

    We are hosting weekly brainstorming and planning Zoom calls every Tuesday until the DNC to discuss our actions and coordinate our efforts. This is an excellent opportunity for us to come together, share ideas, and ensure a powerful presence at this significant event.


    RSVP below for link to the weekly Zoom Calls:

    Day: Every Tuesday starting July 16-Aug 13
    Time: 1:00 PM PT / 4:00 PM ET


    • Introduction and Overview
    • Brainstorming Session for DNC 2024 Actions
    • Discussion of Strategies and Tactics
    • Coordination and Planning
    • Q&A and Next Steps

    See you this Tuesday!

    Tuesday, July 30, 2024 at 05:00 PM · 30 rsvps

    August Recess Lobby Training

    We are excited to announce that Move to Amend will be hosting a webinar training session designed to help you effectively lobby your Representative during the upcoming August Recess. This is a perfect opportunity to advocate for HJR 54, the We the People Amendment, and make a significant impact!

    Webinar Training Details:

    Date: Tuesday, July 30th, 2024 
    Time: 5:00 pm PT / 6:00 pm MT / 7:00 pm CT / 8:00 pm ET

    What You'll Learn:

    • How to schedule and prepare for meetings with your Representatives and Senators
    • Tips for effective communication and making a compelling case for HJR 54, The We the People Amendment
    • A brief introduction to the Power Analysis chart training, helping you understand the influence dynamics of your Representatives

    Why Now? The August Recess is when your Representatives and Senators are back home from DC, making it the ideal time to set up meetings with them to discuss the We The People Amendment. This webinar will equip you with all the tools and knowledge needed to make your meetings successful.

    Key Points to Remember:

    • Scheduling: It may take 2-3 weeks to land a meeting. Offices might confirm only a week out.
    • Preparation: Review our Lobby Guide and familiarize yourself with the issue at hand.
    • Persistence: Be prepared to follow up if you don’t get a response initially. Use phone calls along with emails.
    • Meeting Tips: Understand the process, be polite and respectful, and focus on your message.

    Pre-Meeting Preparation:

    • Become acquainted with the We the People Amendment and relevant resources.
    • Practice your story and learn about your Representatives’ priorities and views.
    • Plan your attire and bring appropriate materials for your meetings.

    During the Webinar: We will cover all aspects of scheduling, preparing for, and conducting your meetings. We’ll also discuss follow-up strategies to ensure your efforts have a lasting impact.

    Registration: Please register for the webinar using the link provided above. We look forward to your participation and are excited to support you in making a difference.

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  • What's New

    WTPW July 24, 2024

    As part of our ongoing We the People Wednesdays campaign, we are calling on all our supporters to join us in a vital effort to build political will for H.J.R. 54, the We the People Amendment - which seeks to firmly establish that only human beings, not corporations, are endowed with constitutional rights, and that money is not equivalent to free speech.

    In short, this amendment aims to reclaim our government from the undue influence of corporate power and big money in politics, ensuring that it represents the interests of the people!

    Every Wednesday, we invite you to take a few minutes to call your Representatives and urge them to support this crucial amendment. Your voice is powerful, and with our One Click Politics software, connecting with your congressperson is easier than ever. Simply input your zip code and phone number, and you'll be connected directly to your Representative’s office.

    Get started! 

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  • Our “democracy” isn’t aging well

    There are growing problems with what we call our democratic republic. They go far beyond the concerns of a majority of voters over the mental and physical “fitness” of the aging Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

    Photo-illustration by Alex Cochran. Source: Getty.

    We've never had an authentic democracy or democratic republic since the founding of our nation. However, our institutional democracy has become increasingly deaf, blind, forgetful, confused and immobile.  

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  • Nobody is coming to save us

    The political landscape is shifting rapidly. Just last month, the Presidential debate dominated headlines, but recent events have shifted our focus to more urgent issues. This email was originally about last month's Presidential debate in Atlanta, but so much has happened in our political circus since then that it seems irrelevant to the current conversations taking place. However, the intended message remains the same: this election and these recent Supreme Court decisions have laid bare to the average voter the sorry state our so-called democracy finds itself in.

    It has become clear that no part of our duopoly, whether Republican or Democrat, is coming to save us from the menace of political corruption and capitalist profiteering. And so, we must come to save ourselves.

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  • The Corporate Political Conventions

    The Republican National Convention (RNC) concludes tonight. The Democratic National Convention (DNC) takes place next month.

    The four-day assemblies officially anoint their respective presidential and vice-presidential nominees, present speakers to inspire delegates and those watching to support their campaigns, provide delegates (including current elected officials) opportunities to connect with others in their state and beyond, and serve up plenty of convention hoopla. 

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  • We the People Wednesdays - Jul 17, 202

    As we face the critical challenges of our time, the urgency for passing H.J.R. 54, the We the People Amendment, is greater than ever. Our collective action is crucial to ensuring that our government truly represents the interests of the people.

    Why HJR 54 Matters Now

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    Motion to Amend ~ Sign the Petition

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    We, the People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling and other related cases, and move to amend our Constitution to firmly establish that money is not speech, and that human beings, not corporations, are persons entitled to constitutional rights.


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