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just like you are organizing across the country to pass local American
Anti-Corruption Acts. Sign
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Americans stepping up in the fight against corruption are the sole force
driving this movement! Sign up here and join your peers in fixing our
broken political system!
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political system is a complex problem. The American Anti-Corruption Act
is a comprehensive solution.
Anti-Corruption Act sets a standard for
city, state and federal laws that break big money's grip on politics. It
- Stop political
bribery by making it illegal for lobbyists
to lobby a politician and donate
to their campaign. You can lobby, or you can donate, but you can't do
- End secret money so
Americans know who is buying political power.
- Fix our broken
elections so the people, not the political
establishment, are the ones in control.
we're building a nationwide movement to fix corruption.
In communities across America, Represent.Us members – conservatives,
progressives and everyone in between – are working together to pass local
Anti-Corruption Acts. Member-led Represent.Us chapters are
leading the fight to protect our communities from the corruption that
plagues Congress. In 2016, Represent.Us members passed the first statewide
Anti-Corruption Act in South Dakota.
town, city, state, and county has a unique political makeup, so every Anti-Corruption
Act is uniquely tailored to the needs of each
action, national political power.
municipal and state Anti-Corruption Act creates common-sense ethics,
conflict-of-interest, transparency, and campaign finance laws.
State Acts create the opportunity for federal candidates from that state
to campaign on the anti-corruption platform – accountable to their
constituents, not special interests.
who win election on this platform have a built-in incentive to champion
Anti-Corruption laws in Washington, D.C. (because that's what got them
state we win gets us one crucial step closer to passing the American
Anti-Corruption Act in the federal government.