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SF - NEW MEXICANS FOR MONEY OUT OF POLITICS TRAINING

  • Higher Education Building 1950 Siringo Road Santa Fe, NM, 87505 United States (map)

NEW MEXICANS FOR MONEY OUT OF POLITICS

Break the Dominance of Money in Politics

Money in Politics corrupts government and blocks effective action on virtually every other major issue Americans care about. Learn what you can do to break Big Money’s control of our government.

Attend the 28th Amendment Initiative Training, which will include:

  • What the 28th Amendment does and how to promote it
  • How to develop the political will needed to ratify a 28th Amendment
  • How to speak effectively about the need for a 28th Amendment
  • What American Promise and NM MOP are doing to solve this problem
  • Actions you can take

Pre-Register for this Free Training

Space is limited, to register, email: BreakingBigMoneysGrip@gmail.com

Please include your name, email and snail mail addresses, phone number, organizational affiliations and a brief statement of your comittment to promote the 28th Amendment to overturn Citizens United.

28th Amendment Initiative Training Sponsors

American Promise (AP) is a national, non-partisan organization working to empower and organize Americans to achieve a 28th Amendment to overturn the Citizens United decision in order to free our government and politics from the corrupting influence of concentrated money, huge corporations, trade groups and super PACs, place control of the government in the hands of the American people, secure our rights to equal representation, and make effective, honest government possible.

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, IATSE Local 480, represents film technicians on TV and movie productions in New Mexico.

New Mexicans for Money Out of Politics (NM MOP) is a non-partisan, statewide, grassroots organization whose mission is to remove the corrupting influence of money in politics and make the government work for all the people of New Mexico and our nation.

Santa Fe Community College’s Social Sciences and Humanities Department

Earlier Event: April 1
TAOS UNITED MEETING
Later Event: April 3
ROSWELL INDIVISIBLE MEETING