Let's overturn Citizens United together!

I've said it time and time again: we need to take the ugly influence of special interest and corporate money out of politics.

Thanks in large part to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizen’s United decision, obscene amounts of money are corrupting our politics and undermining the very foundations of our democracy. Since day one, I have been leading the fight to overturn Citizens United in Congress.

Earlier this year, I introduced bipartisan legislation calling for a Constitutional Amendment to overturn Citizens United, and declare once and for all that corporations are not people and money is not free speech.

If you agree with me, I need you to help me to fight back against the corporate and special interest money by making a small grassroots contribution today!

Thank you as always for your steadfast support. They might have the big special interest money, but I have you!

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