Change Congress is Calling a Donor Strike
Special interests pump millions of dollars into elections, giving them more influence over our political system than the rest of us. Can you be part of the solution?

To join this push -“I’m pledging not to donate to any federal candidate unless they support legislation making congressional elections citizen-funded, not special-interest funded.”- for big-picture reform, click here.

Join the Change Congress donor strike — pledging to fight the underlying cause of this corruption by not giving a penny more to politicians who don’t support reforming our campaign finance system. Since Tuesday, over $100,000 in donations were withdrawn from opponents of reform–bringing the strike’s current total to $981,000 (based on people’s contributions last cycle).



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