2021-2022 Pledge to Amend Respondents

Pledge Language

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through  regulation. I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment.”

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PLEDGES


Rebekah Jones, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 11/2/2022
District: FL-01
State: Florida
Website: http://rebekahjonescampaign.com/
Facebook

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Sydney Jordan, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 60A
State: Minnesota
Website: http://sydneyjordan.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I support reforms to enhance the power of small donors and limit the reach of monied interests. Although reforms must be tailored to Minnesota, there are promising models for such changes, including the small-donor campaign financing system currently utilized in New York. This approach matches small contributions 6-to-1 with public financing. Combined with tight donation caps, this system can eliminate the disproportionate influence of wealthy interests in elections, incentivize candidates to seek many small donors instead of a few large donors, and enable candidates to run a campaign on the support of working people. There are also a number of more simple changes, that I support being made to the state campaign finance system that would reduce the influence of the wealthy – such as, tightening reporting requirements for issue advertising that does not contain express candidate advocacy. I also support Move to Amend's aim to amend the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights.""
Sean Beck, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 6/20/2021
City: Ada
State: Ohio
Website: http://n/a
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I would like to introduce legislation within my town to make sure that big businesses and PACs can't donate to our elections. If that is something that the village does not have jurisdiction over, I would support or introduce a resolution to be sent to the appropriate committees at the State and Federal legislatures."
Steve Samuelson, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
District: SD 6
State: Minnesota
Website: http://samuelsonforsenate.com/
Facebook

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will fight to the very end to get dark money out of politics"
Dawn Wolfson, Director, Cameron Park Community Services District (California)

Election type: General
City: Cameron Park
County: El Dorado
State: California


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: No

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"This is a local community services district and this may be n/a. I do not know at this time."
Alexistori Gonzalez, (Louisiana)

City: Gretna
County: Jefferson Parish
State: Louisiana


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Yiviv orzoni eranzu Gonzalez, No wars (Louisiana)

Election type: Special
Election date: 01/02/2023
City: Gretna
County: Jefferson Parish
State: Louisiana
Website: http://url/:@.com
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
David Delk, US House of Representatives (Oregon)

Election type: General
Election date: 10/03/2022
District: 03
State: Oregon
Website: http://www.delkforcongress.weebly.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"campaign finance reform (no large individual contributions; no contributions from corps or PACs. support laws to expand labor unions and the right to organize; increase min. wage nationally to at least $18/hour; vote no on war budgets unless war budget decreases prior year budget by 50%; support for human rights including abortion, gay marriage, interracial marriage etc. "
Charlotte Owens, State House (Ohio)

Election type: Primary
Election date: not yet decided
District: District lines are not yet approved.
State: Ohio
Website: https://owensforoh78.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Most of us, regardless of where we live, want to vote, and want our vote to count, to help create the government and laws we want. Especially, state legislators operate with great power, but with little accountability to the people, often passing unpopular policies, out of the awareness of the public. However, great wealth and large corporations know the power of the legislature, and are able to have legislatures create the policies that rich people want, not what is good for the general public. How are they able to do that? In part, they win favor with campaign contributions, and by having the resources for lobbyists who build relationships with the legislators. We now know that billionaires are putting money in "think tanks" and into "grassroots" campaigns, as well as ALEC's conferences where industries and legislators are on the same committees and industries often write the bills that get introduced in multiple legislatures across the country. We need an end to dark money and all contributions need to list the original donor, not the most recent PAC through which the money has passed."
Jerry Newton, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 35B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://jerrynewton.us/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Supporting legislation"
Bill Rood, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 25
State: Minnesota
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will support a MN legislative resolution calling for a federal constitutional convention contingent upon Congressional failure to submit an amendment to the states for ratification clarifying that 1) collectives, whether operating under government charter or not, have no rights protected by federal or state constitutions and that 2) financial support or donations are not speech and may be regulated by federal and/or state law, with federal law having no precedence over state law."
Aric Putnam, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 14
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.aricformn.com/
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"This movement needs to be multimodal. We have a need for state legislation to reform campaign finance laws, but we also have to enage in public leadership to help our neighbors appreciate the damage done by treating corporations as citizens, gratning them privileges without asusming any responsibilities. "
Shervin Aazami, US House of Representatives (California)

Election date: 3/5/2021
District: California’s 30th Congressional District
State: California
Website: http://shervin4thevalley.com/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Corporations are not people. We must eliminate the corrupt and corrosive impact of corporate money on our political system. I have proudly taken the No Fossil Fuel Money pledge, Patients Over Profits Pledge, No Cop Money Pledge, and the Green New Deal pledge. I don’t take any corporate PAC money. Not only do I support overturning Citizens United and immediately moving towards a system of publicly funded elections, I strongly believe we must work to end wealth inequality and ensure the rich pay their fair share. I support a wealth tax, a Wall Street speculation tax, repealing the disastrous Trump tax cuts, and reinstating a strong marginal tax rate. We need to enact bold structural reforms that directly serve the working class and end corporate welfare."
Angélica Dueñas, US House of Representatives (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 29
State: California
Website: http://angelica4congress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"My campaign doesn't accept any corporate PAC money, and will be responsible only to everyday people in my community. We will put people first, before corporate profits. See more of our policies at www.angelica4congress.com."
Robert Millwee, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/23/2022
District: 25
State: Florida
Website: http://www.millweeforcongress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"The biggest hurdle is to make sure people are educated about this amendment, so creating an awareness and motivating people to press their representatives to work on passing this amendment. People already believe corporate funding in politics needs to be regulated. Its their voice in numbers that will push us over the threshold."
Carolyn Harding, State House (Ohio)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/02/22
District: Our District was 18, then 1, and it's still not set
State: Ohio
Website: http://www.hardingforohio.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I support the Move to Amend the US Constitution. I will help with statewide efforts in order to get it passed in Ohio and Nationally. I will continue to learn and work with the organizers to help this become a reality. "
Kirsten Engel, US House of Representatives (Arizona)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/02/2022
District: AZ-06
State: Arizona
Website: http://www.engelforarizona.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Transparency and accountability are two cornerstones of our democracy. I firmly believe that our elected leaders should be held to the highest standards and should be held accountable to their constituents and the communities that elected them, not special interests and corporations. I commit to using my elected position to pass legislation on this critical issue. I fully support current legislation that has been introduced on this topic, including the Democracy for All Amendment that would overturn the Citizens United Supreme Court decision and help to end corporate constitutional rights. I would also support legislation such as the For the People Act, which includes more comprehensive anti-corruption and election reforms that would both make it easier for people to vote and help to end big money in politics. Elected officials should be working in the public interest, to advocate for the people they were elected to represent – not big money and corporations – and I pledge to do so."
Tamie Wilson, US House of Representatives (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: District 4
State: Ohio


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"All the above aforementioned "
Tom Kuster, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: District 15b
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.tom4rep.net/
Facebook

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Move to Amend is addressing a fundamental flaw in our democracy. Corporate money lies at the root of all that is wrong with our political system today. I will support any and every effort to control it, and in particular seek out ways to promote and support the We the People Amendment."
Derek Cressman, Sacramento Municipal Utility District (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: Ward 4
City: Sacramento
County: Sacramento
State: California
Website: https://derekcressman.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I have long been speaking out about the need for a constitutional amendment to end constitutional rights and big money in politics and will continue to do so as an elected SMUD board member."
Kevin Harris, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/23/2022
District: District 24
State: Florida
Website: http://kevinforflorida.com/
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I support legislation to end the Citizens United decision of the SCOTUS that opened the floodgates for dark money to take over elections, thus returning elections back to the people and strengthening democracy. "
Jason Ruffalo, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: SD31
State: Minnesota
Website: http://jasonruffalo.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will work hard to reverse the ignorant policies set by citizens united and other legislation that has been passed which allow large corporations to buy and sell candidates and democracy."
Frank Hornstein, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 61A
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.frankhornstein.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will continue to be a strong advocate of campaign finance reform and limiting corporate power in elections."
Alexandra Hunt, US House of Representatives (Pennsylvania)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 05/01/2022
District: PA-03
State: Pennsylvania
Website: https://www.alexandramhunt.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will use my platform to push for the We the People ammendment. I'm willing to do everything I can to get big money out of politics. "
Kelly Moller, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 40A
State: Minnesota
Website: http://votekellymoller.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"When I talk to people in our community about the amount spent on campaign advertising, nobody likes it. When I explain to them that it is mostly from outside groups as a result of Citizens United, they are surprised to learn that. I will continue to educate people about this and will look for ways to curb the negative effects of Citizens United."
Richard Blake, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: District 6A
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.pickrick4mn.com/
Facebook

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will sponser/co-sponser/support legislation that advances the notion that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Liz Ortega, State House (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/200
District: AD 20
State: California
Website: https://www.ortegaforassembly.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Dave Pinto, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: HD64B
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.davepinto.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Money pays far too big a role in our democracy. The recent move, via Citizens United, to give corporations the free-speech rights of individual human beings has only increased this danger. I am committed to addressing this threat to our democracy. I will continue to advocate for an amendment to end Citizens United and the set of legal principles – fundamentally, that freedom of speech means freedom to spend – that surround it. I will also continue to advocate for legislation that protects the rights of individual citizens to participate in democracy as much as possible. A fundamental component is disclosure – simply allowing citizens at least to know how much is being raised and spent in elections. In recent legislative sessions, I have been a coauthor of a state constitutional amendment to require the disclosure of independent campaign expenditures. I will continue to push hard for disclosure, for limits on spending, and for public financing, among other reforms, even while moving toward a federal constitutional amendment that will allow citizens to regain control of our democracy."
Eric Meyer, Commissioner (Minnesota)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/09/2022
District: District 4
City: Saint Cloud
County: Sherburne
State: Minnesota
Website: http://electeric2022.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Alice Mann, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/22
District: SD50
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.dralicemann.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As the DFL-endorsed candidate for Representative from District 56B in the Minnesota House of Representatives, I am already speaking publicly about the deleterious influence of big money in politics. With the people in my district, I recognize that there’s a significant difference between private individuals and large artificial entities (such as corporations) in terms of the amount of money available for political spending and the amount of influence that money can buy. To help ensure a healthy democracy, we must curb the influence of big money at the federal, state, and local levels. When elected, I will go to my state legislature as a first-time officeholder. I will look to forge relationships with other legislators who also support the regulation of campaign spending by artificial entities. Together, we will press to pass a resolution to amend the U.S. Constitution, as 19 states already have. Like-minded state legislators can also sign joint letters to Congress urging such an amendment. I am motivated to address this issue because of what happened in this district’s race in 2016. The two candidates spent approximately $140,000 on the race; outside spending was approximately $860,000. This disparity is easily enough to distort the democratic process. By continuing to speak out and by banding with like-minded state legislators and interested parties in the general public, I will work to reject the notion that “corporations are people” and to regulate campaign spending at all levels."
Munira Abdullahi, State House (Ohio)

District: 9
State: Ohio
Website: https://www.muniraforohio.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Galen G. Gordon, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 5/18/2021
City: Cincinnati
State: Ohio
Website: http://galenforcincinnati.com/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Bonnie Westlin, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/22
District: SD34
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.backbonnie.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Since much of this will have to be addressed at the federal level, and I am running for the state legislature, I will support resolutions to Congress to take the steps necessary to amend the Constitution. To the extent we are able to take action on the state level, I will support those efforts and advocate for meaningful campaign finance reform. I strongly agree that we need to get corporate and dark money out of our politics."
David McGuire, Nicollet County Commissioner (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: District 2
City: Saint Peter
County: Nicollet
State: Minnesota
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Dakota Hurd, State House (Ohio)

Election date: 7/20/2021
District: 90th district
State: Ohio
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will constantly bring up bills which prevents politicians from running in Ohio if they have received any funding From corporations."
Andrew Schuler, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 43
State: Minnesota
Website: http://voteschuler.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will lead by example by declining any financial contributions from private interests and support legislation including but not limited to make public elections publicly funded."
J. Matt Nickels, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 2/22/2021
City: Cincinnati
State: Ohio
Website: http://jmattnickels.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I plan to propose a charter amendment to cap funds for city races - mayor, city council, school, board, etc."
Elise Diesslin, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/22
District: HD20B
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.ediesslin.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I would continue to support legislation that would prevent big money in politics and continue to keep money interests out of our state government."
Daniel Lee, US House of Representatives (California)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 06/07/1979
District: 37
State: California
Website: https://www.danielwaynelee.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Dean Phillips, US House of Representatives (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 3
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.phillipsforcongress.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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William Gailey, President of the United States (Oregon)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 11/05/2024
State: Oregon
Website: http://www.voteforwilliamgailey.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: No

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As I have mentioned in email; the only way I could approve of the move to amend legislation is with clarity on "natural persons". As for corporate constitutional rights it has never been my opinion that invisible entities to displace liability was ethical. Business ethics states that it is a balance between profitability and social responsibility and these invisible entities are a way of eliminating the latter for maximum profits. I do not support taking the money out of politics as that would present an opportunity only for the rich, as everything would otherwise have to be self-funded. I do believe that party designation needs to be immediate with no switching parties after, and positions dont change while running so as to stop the buying of positions in candidates. In short PACs support the candidate based on the candidates position rather than the candidate supporting the position based on which PAC sends them the most money. Best, William Gailey 971-470-4905 www.voteforwilliamgailey.org PS. You can read more about MY public positions under updates on the website."
A. John Peters, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: Senate District 5
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.ajp4mnsenate.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will co-sponser and vote for a ratifying the amendmen."
Kaela Berg, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 55B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://bergforminnesota.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will support legislation and work towards getting corporate interests or control out of our environmental policy, economic security and healthcare policy. The age of profits over people is over."
Amanda Hemmingsen-Jaeger, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: HD-47A
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.amandaformnhouse.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As a legislator, I will support policies that allow Minnesotans to take part in their democracy; not the will of for-profit corporations. I feel that money should not silence the voice of the people. Listening to constituents is more important than listening to corporate lobbyists who have the intention of profiting at the expense of Minnesotans."
Nancy Kiehl, State Senate (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: District 5
State: Ohio
Website: https://www.nancykiehlforsenate.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will work with the members of Move to Amend to bring about the Constitutional Amendment to the US Constitution to overturn Citizens United. If elected and as a citizen I hope to end the endless parade of dark and open money that is destroying our democracy. We need equity in contributions to bring about a more diverse candidate pool for our electorate to create a democracy of, by and for the people."
Jen Schultz, US House of Representatives (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: MN08
State: Minnesota
Website: http://jenschultzforcongress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will support & advocate for legislation to get dark money out of elections by eliminating or making transparent PAC & super PAC contributions & limiting the amount spent on races by or for the candidate. "
Sandra Feist, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/22
District: HD39B
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.feistforhouse.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will emphasize the negative impact of corporate money in politics and the importance of elections in the make-up of the US Supreme Court in protecting our democratic institutions - in particular the power of people in our democracy to counterbalance corporate interests."
Steve Chess, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 8/23/ 2022
District: D-23
State: Florida
Website: http://www.chessforcongress.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
" I will work to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment. (NATIONAL, STATE, LOCAL LEGISLATIVE OFFICES). I will do the same to abolish the dept of Ed and energy. We need to defund Washington. We need the flat tax and replace the IRS. "
Daniel Ortiz, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 5/21/2021
District: at large
City: Toledo
State: Ohio
Website: http://www.ortizfortoledo.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Impose dollar amount limits on campaign donations"
Nenna Joiner, City Council (California)

Election type: General
City: Oakland
State: California


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Jeff Mixon, City Council (Ohio)

City: Cleveland
State: Ohio


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Alison Madden, Assembly Memeber (California)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 06/07/2022
District: AD21
City: Woodside
County: San Mateo
State: California
Website: http://www.maddenforassembly.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I am an attorney and have looooong held this view ~ the corporate fiction needs to go. Buckley was wrongly decided "
Anita Somani, US House of Representatives (Ohio)

Election type: General
District: 11
State: Ohio
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Jen McEwen, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: Senate District 8
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.votemcewen.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I am committed to using my public office to push back against corporate power in a number of areas, including government and politics. I will work to advance policies and legislation to rein in corporate power and influence whenever I can, and will continue to speak to this publicly."
Jessica Mason, US House of Representatives (Texas)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 03/01/2022
District: TX-30
State: Texas
Website: https://www.jessicamasonforcongress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I plan to lead by example. I am proud that my campaign is 100% grassroots, funded by the people and for the people. I am not accepting any corporate PAC money because my allegiance is to the people, not corporations or lobbyists. I also support banning members of Congress from trading stocks while in office and sitting on corporate boards."
Diane Nguyen, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/22
District: SD30
State: Minnesota


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I mention the PCR form during my phone banking and raising money opportunities, educating donors that every one has a voice and an opportunity to support their local politicians. The PCR form and refund exists for a reason; the wealthy does not control politics and that any individual can contribute to their local government officials."
Morgan Harper, US Senate (Ohio)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 05/03/2022
State: Ohio
Website: https://morganharper.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I never have and never will accept money from corporate PACs. I will fight for federal legislation that reduces corporate influence over our political process and culture. Career politicians have sold out Ohioans to benefit multinational corporations, and have decimated our communities as a result. We need to take action to stop this from happening – because we can’t afford to have another 20 years like the past 20 years. "
Travis Johnson, US House of Representatives (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11-08-2022
District: CD7
State: Minnesota
Website: https://bulljohnsonforcongress.us/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I have already been speaking out about the needs to specify that corporations should not be seen as their own legal entity with constitutional rights. "
Daniel Graves, City Council (Ohio)

City: Cleveland
State: Ohio


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Brian Garry, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 5/18/2021
State: Ohio
Website: http://briangarry.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Legislation"
Pamela Price, Alameda County District Attorney (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
City: Oakland
State: California
Website: http://www.pamelaprice4da.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As an advocate and civil rights attorney for 30 years, I bring that lens of experience holding corporations accountable to the office of District Attorney. Corporations are not people. I will use my influence and office to remove the profit motive from the administration of justice in Alameda County, hold corporations accountable for illegal activities in the political and civic spheres of influence, and work to ensure that our criminal justice system is responsive and accountable to the people of the County by placing people above profits."
Victor Aguilar, City Council (California)

Election date: 5/5/2021
District: 18
State: California
Website: http://www.victorforca.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Resolution"
Patricia Blochowiak, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 8/22/2021
City: East Cleveland
State: Ohio


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will put forth a motion to pass legislation in local support of HJR 48."
Ryan Wiskerchen, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 51A
State: Minnesota
Website: https://ryanformn.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will support efforts to introduce transparency in the funding sources for advocacy groups outside of political parties, commonly referred to as NGOs. Including PACs these groups are sometimes used as veneers for very wealthy individuals to shape our political process while maintaining a veneer of deniability and a cloak of public support. I will also look at what other legislative bodies across the countries are doing to curb this pernicious influence and work to implement proven programs in Minnesota and collaborate with other concerned citizens and elected officials to develop new approaches to returning political power and influence to the American people."
Rebecca Himschoot, State House (Alaska)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
State: Alaska
Website: http://www.rebeccahimschoot.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I am committed to participating in this multi-year effort as part of a larger team by supporting resolutions and legislation for both prevention and remediation of current unacceptable corporate influence."
Melissa VanDyke, State House (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: District 80
State: Ohio
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will support any policies and regulations that will further the Move to Amend coalition in their pursuit in this critical policy change. I will also inform and work with other people and legislators about this movement. "
Kandy Dameron (North Carolina)

State: North Carolina
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Jeremy Vinar, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 12B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.jvfor12b.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will work with other legislators to support resolutions to refine language on our state that differentiates between personhood rights and non-personhood right. I will also make an effort to place restrictions on the power corporate influence can have on elections, protecting against gerrymandering, and promoting public funding of campaigns. I will also regularly speak out about the negative effects of corporate influence and special interests. I'm a firm believer that elected officials are beholden to their constituents, and nothing should compromise that. "
Rebecca Parson, US House of Representatives (Washington)

Election type: Primary
District: WA-06
State: Washington


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will cosponsor H.J.Res.48."
Kahlil Seren, Mayor (Ohio)

Election date: 4/19/2021
City: Cleveland Heights
State: Ohio
Website: https://www.serenformayor.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I live in a community that has already passed a Move to Amend/Democracy Day Issue, which I have had the opportunity to be informed and inspired by during my tenure on City Council. As Mayor I will continue to publicly support this movement and will, to the degree that I am allowed by state and federal law, to make a substantive impact by introducing legislation regulating municipal contracting and political influence to make sure that public decisions are made for the benefit of the people."
Kristin Bahner, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: HD37B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.bahnerforhouse.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I am a vocal champion for democracy, fairness and equitable access to the most basic and fundamental rights of all citizens. As the Vice Chair of the Elections Committee in the MN House of Representatives, I am the author of numerous pieces of legislation, including those on automatic voter registration, revision of the states polling place restrictions to create a sanctuary for voters free of influence, redistricting for fair and equitable maps, ranked choice voting options and most notably I am the chief author on a bill on electioneering communications to provide greater clarity and transparency on Campaign communications to remove the dark money influence and provide voters the information to make informed and fair decisions at the ballot box."
Jennifer Esteen, RN, State House (California)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 06/07/2022
District: 20
State: California
Website: https://www.jenniferesteen.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Ann Rest, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 43
State: Minnesota


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Amending the U. S. Constitution to overturn Citizens United is a crucial step. Also changing Minnesota statutes to require listing donors to groups that attempt to influence elections through independent expenditures."
Angelica Duenas, US House of Representatives (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: CA29
State: California
Website: http://angelica4congress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
" End Citizens United – Get corporate money out of politics. Election Integrity – From primaries through general elections."
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Samuel Mosely, State Senate (Pennsylvania)

District: PA 188
State: Pennsylvania


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Heather Gustafson, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 36
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.voteheathergustafson.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"When elected to the MN Senate, I will use my platform to speak about the negative impacts of corporate influence on our political process. I believe that the Minnesota Campaign Finance laws and Political Contribution Refund program are supportive of people-powered democracy. I will continue to advocate for policies that amplify the voices the constituents and reduce the power of corporate influence."
Max Della Pia, US House of Representatives (New York)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: NY-23
State: New York
Website: https://www.dellapiaforny23.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will continue to speak out against money in politics & condemn thr punitive and exclusionary affects of dark money on our democracy. Representation in government should not be am unregulated pay to play game. I will support policy that reflects these views."
Erin Murphy, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: MN SD 64
State: Minnesota
Website: http://murphyfor64.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"If we want to build a people-centered democracy in Minnesota, we must fight against the influence of corporate greed on our politics. The wealthy few who work to divide us and rig the rules should not be able to stand in the way of what Minnesotans want - and no matter our differences, most of us want the same things. As a State Senator I will work to eliminate the corrosiveness of money in politics and put people at the center of our governance. When people experience their own power as be a part of change together, we can create a truly bright future."
Phoebe Sorgen, Green Party USA Delegate to the Global Greens Network (California)

Election type: General
City: Berkeley,
County: Alameda
State: California


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I continually raise awareness/consciousness re corporate rule being THE root prob and its solution of overturning the laws that give mega corporations the means to run our world and ruin our world. This is also relevant in the international arena, especially re so-called "free" trade agreements. 85% of the corporations that are driving us towards extinction were US based, though they are increasingly transnational and unaccountable."
Ashton Ramsammy, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 32A
State: Minnesota
Website: https://ashtonformn.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will advocate and support legislation that fights against corporate and big money in politics. "
John D. Huot, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 56B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.huotforhouse.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Lawrence Mulligan, State House (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 46
State: Ohio
Website: http://www.mulliganforohio.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Emy Minzel, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 27
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.minzelformnsenate.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"By regulation and limitation of corporate and PAC donations."
Kent Smith, State Senate (Ohio)

Election type: General
District: 21
State: Ohio
Website: http://www.kentsmith.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I have introduced the Move To Amend resolution as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives. I am currently a candidate for the Ohio State Senate."
David Esrati, US House of Representatives (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 10
State: Ohio
Website: https://electesrati.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will introduce the first verified "donor registration system" to complement the "voter registration system" forcing donors to properly identify themselves- and to make donations directly to the FEC who will then parse them to the the candidates for a real time donor information system. No more self-reporting, no more middlemen making money on the collections- and no questions about who bought who."
Scott Dibble, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 61
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.scottdibble.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Our democracy is facing its most existential threat in generations. I support a number of initiatives to revitalize the very thing that is core to our ideas of equality and freedom. On elections and voting: continue to pursue my legislation amending the Minnesota constitutional to declare that only natural people, not organizations, are actually people, and to specify that elections and voting are to be free, fair and equal. Institute rank choice voting, create numerous ways to make elections more fair and accessible, including automatic voter registration, universal mail in balloting, nonpartisan redistricting, pre-voter registration for those too young to yet vote, public financing for elections, require voting locations at large colleges, enact a Voter Protection Act to combat suppression, misinformation and intimidation, update voting systems to combat technology breakdowns and interference, ex-felon voting rights restoration. On representative democracy: institute forms of participatory budgeting, prevent preemption of local democracy, require an analysis of all proposed laws for racial and economic effects and consequences, strengthen requirements for public notice and public participation in legislative and other governmental decision making processes."
kyle Johnson, City Council (Nevada)

State: Nevada


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Kelly Harrop, State House (Ohio)

District: 3
State: Ohio
Website: http://harrop4ohio.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Janani Ramachandran, State House (California)

Election date: 7/1/2021
District: California State Assembly District 18
State: California
Website: http://www.jananiforca.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I am running as the only corporate-free candidate in my runoff election. One of the reasons I am running is because I am tired of corporate interests buying our elections and blocking progressive change. Corporate Democrats make big promises, yet thanks to the influence of special corporate interests, cast so many bad votes. I will work to support Move to Amend’s initiatives on a national level through state advocacy, while also pursuing state bills along the lines of Alex Lee’s recent attempt at rooting out direct corporate contributions, AB 20. I will also use the platforms I have available to draw attention to the havoc that corporate contributions wreak on our democracy, as I already have been in the course of my campaign. Corporate Democrats cannot claim to be pro-Medicare for All while accepting funds from medical insurance companies that have been blocking single payer for years. Corporate Democrats cannot claim to care about climate change while accepting contributions from the oil and gas industry. I vow to be a voice for people power and true corporate-free Democracy."
Vanessa Enoch, US House of Representatives (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
State: Ohio
Website: https://enochforcongress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I plan to support and or introduce legislation to end the Citizen's United ruling, which has the greatest impact and influence of dark money in politics."
Rena Moran, Ramsey County Commissioner (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 4
City: St. Paul
County: Ramsey
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.renamoran.org/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Allen Ellison, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/23/2022
District: District 23
State: Florida
Website: http://allenellison.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by supporting the For The People act which also works to remove money out of politics and by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about importance of having a congress that is beholden to the people and not corporations. "
Steve Cwodzinski, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 49
State: Minnesota
Website: http://cwodforsenate.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As a teacher of American Government for over 30 years, I was appalled by Citizen's United. It changed the Preamble's opening from "We the People" to something else altogether. I will use my position to speak out against this Supreme Court decision, encouraging a Constitutional Amendment. The wisdom I have gained running for State Senate has proved invaluable towards my position on Citizens United. Voters need to know who is trying to influence their vote."
Liz Boldon, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 25
State: Minnesota
Website: http://lizboldon.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I'm running for office becuase I care deeply about people. What's best for people - ALL people - should be at the center of legislation. I am not taking money from corperate PACs because and I believe we ned to get dark money and large corperate donors out of politics. I"m committed to remaining accountable to the people I'm representing and serving."
John Hoffman, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 34
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.johnhoffmanmn.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Will Support the local effort and encourage the Federal level to overturn Citizens United"
John Marty, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 40
State: Minnesota
Website: http://johnmarty.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I am proud to be the author of SF 2038, the Move to Amend legislation in Minnesota, memorializing Congress to clarify that the rights protected under the constitution are the rights of people, not corporations, and that money is not free speech. No person should have more clout in the political process because of their wealth. I will continue pushing this legislation and will work to strengthen Minnesota's clean campaign reforms. ||November 3rd is supposed to be an election, not an auction. We must reverse Citizens' United and all the laws and court rulings that put money & corporate power over people and the public will."
Rebecca Kaplan, Alameda County Supervisor District 3 (California)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 06/07/2022
District: 3
City: Oakland
County: Alameda
State: California
Website: http://www.supervisorkaplan.org/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Matt Norris, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 32B
State: Minnesota
Website: https://votefornorris.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Here in Minnesota, we have strong laws limiting the role of big money in politics, including robust public subsidies for candidates who voluntarily agree to limit their spending. I will support efforts to defend and expand these protections. I will also support laws that encourage grassroots participation in our political process. Finally, I will vote for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution reversing the Citizens United decision should it come before the states."
Ross DiBello, Mayor (Ohio)

Election date: 2/20/2021
City: Cleveland
State: Ohio
Website: http://rossdibello.com/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Significantly decrease the maximum amounts allowed for both individuals and corporations. I propose limiting PAC's from the current allowable limit of $7,500 down to a maximum of just $250."
Nancy Sidebotham, City Council (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: D 6
City: Oakland
State: California
Website: http://nancysidebotham.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Jason Call, US House of Representatives (Washington)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/02/2022
District: 2
State: Washington
Website: http://www.callforcongress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I’m in support of HJR48 and will consponsor. I’m in support of campaign finance reform and publicly funded elections. I have committed to taking NO corporate PAC money (ever) for my campaign. I have spoken out against corporate corruption in government for over twenty years."
Jackie Craig, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: SD57
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.jackiecraig.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I believe in "one-person-one-vote" and our democracy is under attack. Corporations are not people and this activist Supreme Court is not on the side of protecting democracy. I believe we must protect freedom of the press. I also believe we must move to amend so that money does not equal speech and anyone who wants to run for public office has a fair shot. I also support ranked choice voting and other pro-democracy measures."
Bradley Brown, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: District 27B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://brown4mnhouse.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will introduce, sponsor, co-sponsor, or support bills that encourage taxation of corporations so as to assist or reduce the taxation load or eliminate taxes on my constituents."
Nicole Mitchell, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: SD47
State: Minnesota


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"This is already something I've spoken on for years. As a lawyer, I find the Citizens United ruling appalling, and have watched the damage it has done to our political system. Although it needs to be fixed at the Federal level and I am a State candidate, I often explain to groups why they need to pay attention to this issue and demand their federal-level representatives fix this."
Mario Clopton-Zymler, School Board (Ohio)

District: Board of Education, Cleveland Heights University Heights City School District
City: Cleveland Heights
State: Ohio
Website: http://www.mario4tigernation.com/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will work with other local school board's to reduce corporate influence in standardized testing."
Jamie Long, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 61B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.jamielong.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will raise my voice and organize with groups like Move to Amend to support the push to repeal Citizens United. I will also support state level legislation to get big money out of politics, like public financing systems and limits on corporate contributions."
Brian Radford, State House (Arizona)

Election date: 11/08/2022
District: LD11
State: Arizona
Website: http://radfordforaz.com/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Kylie Taitano, US House of Representatives (California)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 06/07/2022
District: CA-50
State: California
Website: https://www.kylietaitano.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As a member of Congress, I will not take a penny from corporate PACs money as I want to represent my constituents and not the most powerful special interests. I support laws reducing the influence of big money in politics, including overturning Citizens United which currently allows corporations and other special interest groups to spend unlimited amounts of money in our elections. I will fight furiously to enact automated voter registration, federal election holidays, eliminate voter suppression laws, and unnecessary barriers to voting."
Fatima Iqbal-Zubair, State House (California)

District: California Assembly District 64
State: California
Website: https://t.co/1jgu61xrUG


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Te'Airea Powell, City Council (Ohio)

District: Cincinnati
City: Cincinnati
State: Ohio
Website: http://powellforcincy.com/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I plan to push for a cap on campaign finances in regards to how much a city council candidate can raise as those funded by the average working citizens are at a total disadvantage because they cannot compete financially with those with corporate PAC funds. The financial disadvantage often cripples working middle class candidates as they may not be able to afford the marketing (radio, billboards etc) which can cost them the race due to lack of exposure."
Mike Fogel, State Senate (Arizona)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
State: Arizona
Website: http://cleanslateazld1.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Eliminate Dark Money in State Elections, Require Corporate Boards to Include one seat for Labor, Put forth a We The People Amendment Initiative that calls for a national convention to amend the Constitution."
Natalie Zeleznikar, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: House District 3B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.natalieforhouse.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Like term limits, I believe campaign spending should be limited across the board."
Hunter Froelich, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: District 10B
State: Minnesota


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will introduce legislation to eliminate laws that break the first amendment's constitutional rights--e.g., defamation, public disturbances, big money politics."
Alicia Kozlowski, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11082022
District: 8B
State: Minnesota
Website: https://www.aliciaforduluth.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Across the country, skyrocketing costs of student debt, prescription drugs, and housing are crippling working people. And yet, the rich and powerful forge ahead in their efforts to exploit our labor and evade paying their fair share. The first step must be to bring representative voices into spaces positioned to tackle justice issues. Spaces of power in Minnesota have long kept community members of color and low-income folks from holding decision-making power, fenced them out completely, or failed to invest to bring us in, and we have to make it clear: that time is over, and the time is now for community-based leadership. I believe working-class people should run the economy, not the wealthy few, and that we need to dismantle the hierarchical systems and racism that underlie capitalism. We must invest in the public good, put people over profits, and have a government that's run by and for the people, not corporations. I believe in restoring fairness to the state tax code by raising revenue from the very wealthiest corporations and richest households and reducing the reliance on things such as local levies to fund schools and property taxes on homeowners. I will also support specific measures like increasing the minimum wage and funding systems across the board (health care, education and housing among them). I believe that to do this, we need to have a fairer tax system. We cannot fully fund the social goods that people need and deserve in a system built by and for corporations and the wealthy elites. I would work in coalition with community members and allies to help build a tax system where high-income earners pay their fare share and corporate loopholes are closed for good. I would also champion Paid family and medical leave to support workers and families, so people do not need to choose between risking their own health or caring for a loved one and losing their job. I’m running to represent the community I was born and raised, here in my homelands, to make a more equitable future for all. A better tomorrow looks like every person in Duluth and Minnesota are justly housed, feel safe and secure, can count on clean air and drinking water, have affordable access to universal healthcare, livable wages and meaningful jobs, and where our communities are places where all our neighbors can thrive no matter their race, gender, or zip code. I would be tremendously honored to earn the Move to Amend endorsement and co-govern with you to make sure every Minnesotan across race and place has the opportunity to thrive."
Lindsey Port, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 55
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.lindseyportmn.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"For the health of our democracy, we must eliminate the influence of big money in politics at the federal, state, and local levels. In the Minnesota Senate, I will build relationships with other legislators who, like me, support the regulation of campaign spending by artificial entities such as corporations. Together, for example, we will urge passage of a resolution to amend the U.S. Constitution and return to Congress and the states the power to set specific limits on campaign spending. This would be in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision, which held that corporations are persons and money is speech. So far, twenty states have gone on record to reject this perspective and call for a constitutional amendment; Minnesota is not yet among them. Like-minded state legislators can also sign joint letters to Congress urging passage of such an amendment. More locally, I would watch for and resist efforts to undermine existing Minnesota campaign finance laws and work to restore them if any repeal efforts succeed. Polls indicate that Americans on both sides of the political aisle want campaign funding reform. By speaking out publicly and by banding with other legislators and interested parties in the general public, I believe we can make progress on this exceedingly important issue."
Shenise Turner-Sloss, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 1/21/2021
District: At-large
City: Dayton
State: Ohio


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Mayo Makinde, State House (Ohio)

Election type: Primary
Election date: August 2, 2022
District: 3
State: Ohio
Website: http://mayomakinde.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Betsy O'Berry, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: HD 31A
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.betsyo.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I support amending the constitution to limit corporate power."
Foung Hawj, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 67
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.founghawj.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I have been Co-Author and Chief Author of Move to Amend legislation and have opened my door wide to strengthen relationships with members of Move to Amend and advocates. I will do my part to inform more of my senate colleagues."
Angie Craig, US House of Representatives (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 2
State: Minnesota
Website: http://angiecraig.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I am committed to passing laws to end Citizens United and get big money out of politics. Corporations and special interests are not people and their oversized influence on the way our government works needs to end now. I would also like to require everyone who spends money in a campaign to say where that money came from."
Eric M. Leitzen, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
District: SD26
State: Minnesota
Website: https://ericleitzen.wordpress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"My flagship policy is to Soak The Rich and Get Your Money Back, and that includes money for public financing of elections and the removal of oligarchy influence on our voting process. The people should speak in a democracy, not the money."
roger kittelson, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: Mn House of Representatives 20A.
State: Minnesota


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Mike Moroski, School Board (Ohio)

Election date: 6/18/2021
District: Cincinnati School District
State: Ohio
Website: http://mikemoroski.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will continue to fight interests in Columbus that would just as soon see our kids fail."
Mary Kunesh, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: SD39
State: Minnesota
Website: https://marykunesh.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"This decision was a disaster for our democracy. I will support progressive reforms that establish a public financing system and constitutional amendments to overturn Citizens United. I will champion open and honest elections for maximum citizen participation in the political process."
Jack Achenbach, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/23/2022
District: 10
State: Florida
Website: https://www.achenbachforcongress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Campaign Finance Reform: Jack Achenbach supports legislation that removes money from politics to allow for more representation on the ballot. Jack Achenbach supports capping net political campaign contributions to $10,000 for U.S. House Representatives and $100,000 for U.S. Senators. Limiting the total funding a campaign can raise ensures that no candidate be put at a significant advantage over another based purely on their ability to afford the services of marketing companies who support candidates for profit, rather than for the support of their policies, personality, and beliefs. The onus of campaigning must be placed on the candidate and not on a for-profit organization. Deserved candidates must be held to a higher standard and must prove their ability to produce a passionate team of supporters and volunteers to disseminate their message as opposed to the ease of a monetary transaction. ​ ​ In-State Campaign Donations: Jack ​Achenbach supports legislation that prohibits out-of-state campaign contributions for all elected officials, excluding presidential campaigns. Likewise, candidates shall be prohibited from collecting campaign contributions from residents outside of the district they are running in. Tribalism and social media have made it far too easy for candidates to receive donations from individuals who do not live in the district and who will not be directly impacted by the candidate in question. ​ Preventing The Use Of Campaign Donations To Pay Off Prior Loans: Jack ​Achenbach supports legislation aimed at preventing political campaigns from using campaign donations to pay off loans acquired during previous runs for office. Campaigns should only be allowed to utilize donations for the respective campaign run in which the donation was made towards. Far too many politicians deceptively run for office consecutively in an attempt to raise donations to pay off past campaign loans"
Gary Josephson, US House of Representatives (Ohio)

Election type: Primary
State: Ohio
Website: http://restoreourgardenorg/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I oppose ANY Constitutional amendments since any change there would not remedy the problem. True, a corporation may be limited, but the individuals who have big money would always be able to speak as individuals or create foundations and nonprofts to do the "dirty" work. I totally support the objective of releasing big money's grip on democracy, but I also believe your proposed changes go the wrong way about it. My thought is that big amounts of money must be disclosed and transparent and then spent through a clearinghouse that would award half the money to those in legitimate opposition. Thank you for allowing me to put some ideas on the table. I believe there are other ways to solve this issue, however the LEAST appropriate means is a Constitutional Amendment. Please register my support for suitable remedies, short of an Amendment to the Constitution. "
Emma Greenman, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 63B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://emmagreenman.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As a voting rights lawyer, I’ve spent my career working to put people and communities at the center of our democracy and fighting the big money and corporate interests that are distorting our politics. We won’t make progress on the major issues like climate change, racial justice, health care, gun safety or education without passing bold reforms that ensure that Minnesotans and not big corporations or monied interests drive our politics. To build a democracy where everyone thrives, we must strengthen the voice of voters and communities and ensure that Minnesotans - and not the big corporations and wealthy few - drive our elections and politics.||As a state legislator, I will lead on day one on my plan to repair and reimagine our democracy I will fight to reduce the power of big money and corporations in our elections by building a 21st century clean elections public financing system, modernizing and increasing the Minnesota Political Contribution Refund Program and strengthening campaign finance transparency, disclosure, and enforcement. I will fight the dark money that is distorting our politics by standing up with other states and the American people to overturn the wrongly-decided Citizens United decision. Together, we will reimagine our democracy and win structural reforms that expand the power of people in our district, in Minnesota, and across the country. ||(My full democracy plan can be found at: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5dc78c4dae24ef5336b46bb3/t/5e482d5e50a0f570543bd40f/1581788517157/Full+Democracy+Reform+Agenda_FINAL_2.13.2020.pdf)"
Richard Reisdorf, US House of Representatives (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: Congressional District 1
State: Minnesota


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Persons or groups giving money directly to candidates or political parties clearly undermines democracy. If a person or group of persons wishes to make a monetary contribution to the political process, that contribution should go to the office of the secretary of state or the state auditor's office. Once the ballots are finalized, the funds are divided equally among all the candidates, the amount commensurate with the office sought. Each candidate should also be given equal time on radio and television, and an equal number of column inches in the newspaper."
Gary Josephson, US House of Representatives (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
State: Ohio
Website: http://www.josephson4rep.org/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: No

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: No

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"No dark money pathways into campaigns. Legislate to blunt the Supreme Court ruling on Citizens United, not by amending the Constitution. Legislate ability of all workers to bargain collectively. Allow general election candidates access to public funds for campaigns."
Brian Abrahamson, US House of Representatives (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 1
State: Minnesota
Website: http://brianabrahamsonforcongress.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"We need to take corporate money out of the political process. People should make the laws, not influence from corporate PACs."
Rebecca Maurer, City Council (Illinois)

Election date: 6/20/2021
District: Ward 12
City: Cleveland
State: Illinois
Website: http://rebeccaforcleveland.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Expanding Cleveland's Democracy Day and making it a yearly occurrence."
Liz Reyer, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 52A
State: Minnesota
Website: http://lizreyer.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Our greatest roadblock is the interpretation by the U.S. Supreme Court in Citizens United, which must be changed by altering the makeup of the court or by an Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. We should pursue both avenues of change. |||As a Representative in the Minnesota House, I would:||Fight to maintain strict limits on state campaign donations and keep loopholes closed. ||Promote strengthening disclosure laws for so-called "independent" entities, requiring public notice of all contributors and contributions before expenditures are made. ||Support a Minnesota House resolution calling on Congress to amend the U.S. Constitution to clarify that corporations are not citizens and therefore have no inherent constitutional rights, supplemented by authority of Congress to regulate campaign financing.|||I’m also concerned that corporate interests exercise undue influence in state agencies charged with regulating them. I’d ask the Legislative Auditor to review decision-making processes of regulatory agencies to make them more accountable to the public and less subject to corporate influence. |||There’s no question that corporate influence, particularly that of big business, has become pervasive in recent decades and now drowns out the voices of real people. My goal is to ensure that underrepresented communities have a voice in all the issues that affect them, whether it's health care, criminal or environmental justice, decent jobs, affordable housing, or our climate crisis. Fixing the corporate stranglehold over our Legislature and state policy development is key to having their voices heard and achieving the changes we need."
Joe Hannoush, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 6
State: Florida
Website: http://www.joehannoush.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"End corporate political/campaign contributions. "
Bianca For San Francisco, US House of Representatives (California)

District: CA-11
State: California
Website: http://www.biancaforsanfrancisco.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Exuberant concentration of wealth is the scourge of our time, I will labor to divest all such sources, be they individual or corporate in nature."
Aisha Wahab, State Senate (California)

State: California
Website: https://www.aishawahab.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Josephine Moore, Mayor (Ohio)

Election date: 2/20/2021
City: Cleveland Heights
State: Ohio
Website: https://josiemooreforclevelandheights.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will encourage our city's City Council to pass legislation and resolutions in support of ending corporate personhood and corporate donations to campaigns. I will advocate on behalf of our city to higher levels of government to pass and ratify this amendment."
Brion Curran, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: HD36B
State: Minnesota
Website: https://brioncurran.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Erika Bailey-Johnson, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: House District 2B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.erikaformnhouse.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will do what I can in my position to nullify Citizens United."
Deborah Gray, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 7/24/2021
District: Ward 4
State: Ohio
Website: http://gray4council.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Darlene Swaffar, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: Primary
Election date: August 23rd, 2022
District: District 23
State: Florida
Website: http://www.swaffarforcongress.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Our Constitution is in place to protect our God Given Rights, reserving the higher power to the states and We The People. Corporations should not have authority or power over the people. We need to fix this."
Jamie Becker-Finn, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 40B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://becker-finn.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will share my views with others. I will speak out and educate regarding this issue and how it is detrimental to a democracy *for the people.* I disagree with the 2010 Supreme Court's Citizens United Decision and share the concerns of Justice Stevens in his dissent, that the majority decision "threatens to undermine the integrity of elected institutions across the Nation."
Nina Turner, US House of Representatives (Ohio)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 05/03/2022
District: 11
State: Ohio
Website: http://ninaturner.com/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Chris Brazelton, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: SD29
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.brazeltonformnsenate.net/
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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I support public financing of campaigns and will continue to speak out against the buying of candidates or influence through large political donations and other exclusive events. "
Celina Reynes, City Council (California)

Election date: 7/1/2021
District: District 1
City: San Leandro
State: California
Website: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/celinaforsanleandro


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"In my campaign for San Leandro City Council, I will not be accepting money from corporate donors, or accepting more than $100 from corporate executives whose businesses would be impacted by my leadership. Our democracy shouldn't be bought and paid for by the wealthy and powerful. This is especially true at the local level, where campaigns are relatively inexpensive, and corporate donations can carry a lot of weight. We need systematic change, since these donations are—for now—completely legal. In my first year, I would like to put together an ethics commission and pass local campaign finance reform. I would also like to make it easier for everyday residents of San Leandro to run for office by paying City Councilmembers a living wage."
Elisa Mikiten, City Council (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: District 1
City: Berkeley
State: California
Website: http://elisaforcouncilcom/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I look forward to participating in your campaigns. Please let me know."
Steve Elkins, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 50B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.elkinsforhouse.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I would support/co-sponsor legislation to ratify a Constitutional Amendment overturning the Citizens United decision."
Ryan Shank, Governor (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
City: Barberton
County: Summit
State: Ohio
Website: https://www.shankforohio.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As Governor, I will focus on eliminating corporate influence in our government and elections in Ohio by: Decreasing the cap on corporate and special interest donations to political candidates and officials, establish civilian watchdog commissions to monitor election spending and campaign actions for signs of abuse or misuse, restrict lobbying in the State Capitol, end the "money is protected free speech" standard the nation has right now, have the inalienable rights in the Constitution apply to human beings only, lead Ohio in a nationwide effort to overturn Citizens United, thoroughly investigate members of the legislature, administration, and FirstEnergy for their involvement in the House Bill 6 bribery scandal. I will support and fight for any legislation that works to end dark money in politics, hold corporations accountable (even if it means revoking their charter) for violating the law, abusing consumers, and empowering unions. Donations from corporations must be limited or eliminated entirely, utilities commissions and energy boards need to be led by pro-consumer commissioners and advisors, not corporate lobbyists. At every turn, I will utilize the Governor's office to fight to return my state, and some day the country, back to the people and ensure that our government isn't run by corporations, but by the people and for the people!"
Liz Olson, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: HD08A
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.lizforduluth.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will call out corporate influence and interference whenever I see it; I will use my position in the legislature to bring attention to the inherent injustice of Super PACs and big-money lobbyists. I will publicly advocate for the overturning of Citizens United and I will advocate for small donor public financing, to provide the people with more power."
Tina Liebling, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 24B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://tinaliebling.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"On the state level we must work for public financing of campaigns, greater transparency, and restrictions on dark money."
Ally Dalsimer, US House of Representatives (Virginia)

Election type: Primary
District: 11th Congressional District
State: Virginia
Website: http://allyforcongress.com/
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"First, I refuse all corporate PAC and dark money as a candidate, and will continue to do so when elected. I will sign onto any legislation that seeks to loosen corporate America's grip on our democracy, in addition to introducing my own Conflicts of Interest Act."
Janani Ramachandran, City Council (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
District: 4
City: Oakland
State: California
Website: https://jananiforoakland.com/
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Amy Vilela, US House of Representatives (Nevada)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 06/14/2022
District: 01
State: Nevada
Website: http://amyvilela.org/
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Hanna Valento, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 33A
State: Minnesota
Website: http://hannavalento.com/
Facebook

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will sponsor and support bills that go through the legislature to make sure our elections aren't influenced by corporations."
Athena Hollins, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 66B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://www.athenahollins.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will call out corporate influence and interference whenever I see it; I will use my position in the legislature to bring attention to the inherent injustice of Super PACs and big-money lobbyists. I will publicly advocate for the overturning of Citizens United and I will advocate for small donor public financing, to provide the people with more power."
Mike Trout, US House of Representatives (Florida)

Election type: Primary
Election date: 08/23/2022
District: CD-23
State: Florida
Website: http://miketroutforcongress.com/
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Ginny Klevorn, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 42B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://ginnyklevorn.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"I will work for legislation that protects the voice and rights of We the People in order to protect and serve our democracy."
Pat Elder, Lt. Governor, MD (Maryland)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
City: Lexington Park
County: St. Mary's
State: Maryland
Website: http://www.militarypoisons.org/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"We hope to get 1%. I don't understand why you wouldn't reach out to the US Green Party to have us incorporate this pledge to amend into our platform, etc. We're as close as allies can be! "
Melissa Wiklund, State Senate (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 51
State: Minnesota
Website: http://wiklundforsenate.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"During my time in the Senate, I have been supportive of legislation to make changes to our system of election financing. In 2020, I was an author of SF 4371 which was a resolution "requesting that Congress clarify that the rights protected under the Constitution are the rights of natural persons and not the rights of artificial entities and that spending money to influence elections is not speech under the First Amendment asking that Congress propose a constitutional amendment to provide such clarification". I plan to continue to advocate for legislation such as this if I am reelected."
Renae Bolton, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 5/19/2021
District: Ward 6
City: Garfield Heights
State: Ohio
Website: http://www.renaebolton.com/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"As a new candidate for this office, I will seek answers and action items from those already familiar with this work to show how I can further this cause in my own right."
Joe Atkins, Dakota County Commissioner (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/8/2022
District: 2
City: Inver Grove Heights
County: Dakota
State: Minnesota
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
fred cogelow, State House (Minnesota)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/22
District: 16-B
State: Minnesota
Website: http://cogelowfor16-b.com/
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
"Will add my voice, and, should I come up with any brilliant strategies, will let you know"
Tim Ryan, US Senate (Ohio)

Election type: General
Election date: November 8, 2022
State: Ohio
Website: http://timforoh.com/
FacebookTwitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Dennis Lintz (Florida)

State: Florida
Website: https://www.stampstampede.org/society-stampers/members/SURF/
Twitter

“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Thomas Dufour, City Council (Ohio)

Election date: 3/4/2021
District: At Large
City: Brook Park
State: Ohio


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Harold Lowe, City Council (California)

Election type: General
Election date: 11/08/2022
City: Oakland
State: California
Website: http://lowe4two.com/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."
Response: Yes

"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."
Response: Yes

How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Greg Coleridge

State:
Website: http://www.movetoamend.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Margaret Koster

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Alfonso Saldana (Pennsylvania)

State: Pennsylvania


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Second Chance Freedom Foundation

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/2ndchanceff


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Mary Sue Gmeiner

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Alexistori Gonzalez

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/AlexistoriGonz8


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Adrienne Morgado

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Michele Pease Walford

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/sweetpforpeace


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
This Old Man

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/DieseGreis


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Daniel Lee

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/danielwaynelee0


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
PakiageMailMoDinero

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/PakiageMail


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Benicio Mendiola-Johnson

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Frater Odysseus

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/Odysseus93


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
JoAnne Lynch

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Shelly Williams

State:
Website: http://www.movetoamend.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
rmdolddave

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/rmdolddave


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Sfcalvinaz

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/sfcalvinaz


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Kasemoch

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/Kasemoch


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Fran Regan

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Judith Wells-Walberg

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Montgomery Co Democratic Party - Texas

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/MCDPTexas


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Jessica Munger

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/thisorthatalias


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Bhikkhu Bodhi

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Cw

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/wahomeowner


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Turn The Other Cheek. Patients Is A Virtue. Meek.

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/Alexistori5


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Elayna Weems

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Chris Williams

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Nett

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/shopperann68


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Vote Decent People In to Office

State:
Website: https://twitter.com/VoteForChanges


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Linda Gillison

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Sherilyn Allen

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Colin Clark

State:


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
Did not answer
Deborah Hogshead

State:
Website: http://www.movetoamend.org/


“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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Linda Bock

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“I support amending the U.S. Constitution to make clear that corporations and other artificial entities do not have Constitutional rights and that money is not speech and campaign spending should be limited through regulation."


"I will use my office to support the Movement to Amend the Constitution by passing resolutions, proposing legislation, and publicly speaking out about the need for this Amendment."


How will you use your public office to end corporate constitutional rights and big money in politics?
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