JOIN DEREK CRESSMAN IN SAN JOSE FOR PROP 49 AUG 2 KICKOFF MEETING‏

  • Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI) 2400 Moorpark Ave, Room 210 San Jose, CA, 95128 United States

JOIN CALIFORNIA PROP 49 CAMPAIGN MANAGER DEREK CRESSMAN AT THIS INITIAL MEETING

Get Big Money Out of Politics and Overturn Citizens United

Join Derek Cressman, the Build Democracy End Corporate Rule (BDECR) Team, & the newly forming coalition in support of Prop 49 on the Nov. 5 CA ballot.  This advisory vote will direct our elected representatives to support an amendment to the US Constitution to get big corporate money out of politics and end corporate personhood.  

Do you agree?  Our elections have become auctions controlled by corporations and the very wealthy.  Only natural persons are entitled to constitutional rights.  We the People have the right to regulate campaign contributions and expenditures.  No significant national reforms are possible until we get big corporate money out of politics. 

What:         Organizing Meeting, Yes on 49 Money Out Voters In Presentation & Approval of Campaign Plan
When:        Saturday, August 2, 2014, 2-4 PM
Where:      Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)
2400 Moorpark Avenue, Room 210, San Jose, CA 95128

Derek Cressman is Campaign Director for the California Yes on 49 Money Out Voters In campaign. He ran for California Secretary of State in the June 2014 primary after spending 19 years working to protect voting rights and get corporate money out of politics.  He served as Common Cause's Vice President of State Operations, managing the staff and program for 35 states and coordinating Common Cause's Amend 2012 campaign to reverseCitizens United.   In 2012 Derek exposed the secret $11 million contribution to California elections leading to the FPPC imposing the largest fine in the history of California campaign finance law against two dark money groups associated with the Koch brothers. 

To get involved please contact BDECR at initiative@bdecr.org, Richard Hobbs at richhobbs@msn.com, 408-460-2999, or Eitan Fenson at eitan@scc-mta.org, 650-302-8760.  We need the support of everyone, working together.