Take Back Our Republic along with Pennsylvania’s American Promise members are launching a campaign to make the Keystone State the 23rd to call for the American Promise constitutional amendment to stop big money corruption. Hundreds of Pennsylvanians have signed the American Promise Citizen Pledge, ranging from former Governor Tom Ridge to a small business owner in Carlisle, PA who says that the excessive amount of money in our elections threatens “the very nature of democracy.” We encourage all of our partners, colleagues and friends to sign the American Promise Citizen Pledge, and you can do so here.
Next week, we’ll be celebrating Constitution Day – September 17th – with American Promise for two days of events designed to unite Pennsylvanians across the political spectrum in the fight for our freedom and to keep the American Promise of effective government alive in Pennsylvania and across the United States. Come join your fellow citizens in Philadelphia, Doylestown and in the Lehigh Valley for listening sessions, rallies and even good old-fashioned happy hours. Registration is open for all Pennsylvania events, including:
For Our Freedom: Constitution Day with American Promise
Friday, September 17, Independence National Historical Park, 5th and Chestnut streets (In front of the Liberty Bell), Philadelphia. Noon-2 p.m. Learn more or RSVP online.
For Our Freedom: Democracy is Brewing
Friday, September 17, Station Tap House, 194 W. Ashland St., Doylestown. 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Learn more or RSVP online.
For Our Freedom: Lehigh Valley
Saturday, September 18, The Edge Restaurant, 72 West Broad St., Bethlehem. 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Learn more or RSVP online.
And did you know that American Promise’s CEO & President, Jeff Clements, was recently a guest on the Lehigh Valley NPR station WDIY? You can listen to Jeff’s interview on the show ‘Lehigh Valley Discourse’ hosted by Alan Jennings and join in the discussion about how the 28th amendment is the lasting reform that will put individual rights first and will return our government to ‘We the People’.