FIVE PRINCIPLES

FIVE PRINCIPLES

1) Easier access to form new political parties and/or reform existing ones
-Reform the DNC(Endorsing and supporting progressive candidates)
within/Instant runoff voting/
Grassroots/MN groups:
Common Cause MN
League of Women Voters MN
 
Politicians/groups with political party ties:
 
National
Our Revolution
Sister District Project
Flippable
Emily’s List
Resources(books, articles, websites)
 
 
2) Fair Districts inc. census and reapportionment
Grassroots/MN groups:
Common Cause MN
League of Women Voters MN
Organizing for America (OFA)
The Minnesota Census Mobilization Partnership
 
Politicians/groups with political party ties:
National Democratic Redistricting Committee
 
National
 
Resources(books, articles, websites)
 
 
3) Popular vote wins presidential election/Electoral College reform or repeal
Grassroots/MN groups:
 
 
Politicians/groups with political party ties:
 
National
National Popular Vote
 
Resources(books, articles, websites)

 
4) End voter suppression/assure verifiable vote count/enfranchise ex-felons
 
Grassroots/MN groups:
 
League of Women Voters MN
Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (#Free the Vote)
 
Politicians/groups with political party ties:
 
National
The Fair Elections Legal Network (FELN)
 
Resources(books, articles, websites)
 
 
5) Make “Dark Money” accountable/End “Citizens United”
Grassroots/MN groups:
Common Cause
Move to Amend MN
 
Politicians/groups with political party ties:
-Sen. Amy Klobuchar
- Rep. Rick Nolan, joined by the Move to Amend coalition and a bipartisan group of his colleagues including Republican Congressman Walter Jones, has introduced bipartisan legislation (H.J.Res.48) as the original chief sponsor calling for a constitutional amendment to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision.[ Jan 31, 2017]
 
National

Resources(books, articles, websites)
 
"How California Outed the Koch Brothers" at http://reclaimtheamericandream.org/success-disclose/