The 28th Amendment

The Constitution is the supreme law of the United States. Authored by the Founders of our nation in 1787, it has since been amended 27 times to reflect the will of We the People.

The 28th Amendment will affirm that We the People—not big money, not corporations, not unions, not special interests—govern the United States of America.

The strongest consensus language for the Amendment will secure:

  • Rights for human beings over privileges for corporations and special interests
  • Fair and free elections for all Americans
  • Rights of all Americans to equal participation and representation

American Promise’s Writing the 28th Amendment program brings together citizens, legal scholars, judges, lawyers, representatives, and issues advocates to discuss, debate, deliberate, and decide on the language that will be proposed and ratified. Join the conversation and be a Founder of the Constitution.