Writing the 28th Amendment - Los Angeles, CA

Come be a part of the solution to the problem of our broken elections - from money in politics, to gerrymandering, to term limits - what do you think is the most urgent reform, and the best strategy to win?

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Join American Promise Founder and President Jeff Clements, UCLA Law Professor Adam Winkler, Money Out Voters In Founder Michele Sutter, California Common Cause President Kathay Feng, Citizens Take Action President David Burke, representatives from American Constitution Society, and fellow concerned citizens for engaging conversation about what the next amendment to the United States Constitution must do or say.

You will be part of the dialogue, along with our expert panelists, about the problems with big money in politics and other flaws in our elections and how a Constitutional amendment could solve them, and have the opportunity to vote on solutions, and help chart the course of this historic movement.

This process will inform and educate; engage people of all backgrounds and political viewpoints; provide feedback for Congressional proponents of different Amendment approaches; create a deep and wide reservoir of informed citizens, legislative witnesses and local, state and federal advocates for the 28th Amendment; and build consensus for the most effective Amendment language.

The event is co-sponsored by American Promise, The American Constitution Society Los Angeles Lawyer Chapter, ACS UCLA Law Student Chapter, Money Out Voters In, Citizens Take Action, California Common Cause, and is part of the ongoing Writing the 28th Amendment town hall series.

Paid parking is available on campus - we have spaces reserved in lot P2. Public transit options are available as well.

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Money Out Voters In

Common Cause CA

Citizens Take Action

WHEN
October 09, 2018 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
UCLA - 1102 Perloff Hall
365 Portola Plz
Los Angeles, CA 90095
United States
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CONTACT
Johannes Epke ·

Will you come?