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Cross-partisan roundtable on how Big Money excludes NJ candidates and voters

Cherry Hill, NJ, March 20, 2022: This Tuesday, March 22, 2022, American Promise, New Jersey is virtually hosting a Cross-Partisan Candidates Forum on zoom – Big Money Shuts Out NJ Candidates and Voters for a Discussion on the Toxic Influence of Unlimited Money in our elections – a huge obstacle to the successful election of new candidates with new ideas and to the successful adoption of a policy in the interests of the majority of citizens. Our guest speaker will be Dr. Julia Sass-Rubin, Director, Public Policy Program, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University.
Our candidate panelists are Madelyn Hoffman, Green Party candidate for 2021 Governor of New Jersey and 2020 U.S. Senate,

Gregg Mele, Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives NJ 6 2022, and Libertarian candidate for governor of New Jersey 2021, Peter Jacob, Democratic Party candidate for the US House of Representatives NJ 7 in 2016 and 2018, and
Paul Dilks, 2019 Republican Party nominee for NJ LD 4 General Assembly and 2018 NJ 1 United States House of Representatives nominee.

Americans of all political stripes broadly support curtailing the powerful influence of vastly increased political spending by the donor class through a constitutional amendment that allows Congress and states to impose reasonable limits on campaign contributions and spending. American Promise does not endorse candidates but does work to educate voters on this critical issue through educational forums and to share candidates’ positions on this initiative. American Promise New Jersey will outline its plans for the 2022 election to encourage the citizens of New Jersey to ask our candidates to support the representation of citizen voice, not donor money.

Meeting information: Tuesday, March 22, 2022 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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American Promise is a cross-partisan, nonprofit organization that enables citizen action nationwide to pass a constitutional amendment to rebalance our politics and government and put the rights of individual citizens ahead of the privileges of the money, corporations, unions, political parties, and superPACs. For more information about the New Jersey Candidate Pledge Campaign and how you can get involved, contact Marie Henselder-Kimmel at [email protected] To learn more about American Promise and the Candidate Pledge Initiative , go to americanpromise.net/take-action/join-a-program/start-a-campaign/

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