We're taking a desperately needed legislative reform measure directly to voters to make our state government more transparent, limit the power of big money in our legislature, and ensure we're able to hold legislators accountable when they fail to act in the public interest.
CLEAN Missouri campaign is one of our priority campaigns under the Democracy 365 umbrella to achieve increased access and participation in democracy across the United States. The ballot Initiative campaign is working to put people above big money, lobbyists, and special interests. In addition, the Raise UP Missouri (minimum wage ballot initiative) is moving a vital economic justice reform that aligns closely with CLEAN Missouri. A just economy demands a just democracy.
The Democracy Initiative coordinated a day of action with both campaigns.
On Saturday, March 3: Local DI partner advocates who joined togther with others across the social justice movement collected signatures for the CLEAN Missouri and RaiseUp Missouri ballot initiatives to bring a fair and transparent democracy to the state legislature and raise the minimum wage. Thanks for the local members from Jobs with Justice, Sierra Club, and NAACP who were among the roughly 60 people out on the streets across three cities - Jefferson City, Kansas City, and St. Louis.
Here is a link to the messaging toolkit including sample email language, message frames, social media content. We encourage you to modify as needed.
Together we can increase integrity, transparency and accountability in government and raise the standard of living in Missouri -- but we can’t do it without your help
It’s going to take a lot of people power, one voter at a time, to make sure the CLEAN Missouri amendment and minimum wage increase goes before voters this November, and we need your members to help get this initiatives on the November ballot!
The next opportunity to engage with the campaign will be on Saturday, March 17. To get involved, email Getachew Kassa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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