American Promise is spearheading a 50-state Citizen Uprising with one goal: the 28th Amendment to the Constitution that sets reasonable limits on election spending and protects the rights for human beings over privileges for global corporations and special interests. The Uprising will be most intense in the lead up the 2018 elections, and citizens of the Florida have an important role to play in ratification.
To find out what your community in Florida can do to get money out of politics, come out to hear Special Guest Speakers Congressman Ted Deutch and Jeff Clements, President of American Promise, at an Indivisible Broward town hall meeting.
At this meeting, Congressman Deutch and Jeff Clements will discuss the importance of getting money out of politics to loosen the grip of special interests on Congress and the way political spending influences every issue important to the American people.
Congressman Ted Deutch represents Florida's 22nd district, home to communities throughout western Palm Beach County and Broward County in sunny South Florida. Now serving his fifth term in the 115th Congress, he has been described as a rising voice in the House Democratic Caucus by the Washington newspaper Roll Call and was previously named one of the Forward newspaper's top Jewish politicians to watch.
2040 N Dixie Hwy
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
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