SAM announces its support and endorsement for Amendment 1, Missouri’s redistricting and political reform measure that will appear on this November’s General Election ballot.
“Redistricting and political reform are among our key electoral reform priorities,” SAM CEO Sarah Lenti said. “Amendment 1 will give Missourians a greater voice in Jefferson City to increase transparency and accountability in state government.”
SAM is a 527-organization with the mission to break the self-interested stranglehold of the two-party monopoly over our politics and build a new political party for a new American majority.
“We are proud that SAMis joining our broad, cross-partisan coalition of reformers committed to clean up Missouri politics,” said Amendment 1 spokesperson Benjamin Singer. “Together, we will put Missourians before big money, powerful lobbyists, and partisan games, and take power away from special interests.”
This fall, Missouri voters will vote on Amendment 1 to reform how the state draws its legislative boundaries and bring reform to state politics. The measure will: Amendment 1 will increase integrity, transparency, and accountability in state government:
“We’re at a unique time in American politics,” said SAM Chief Strategist Reed Galen. “Across the country, reformers, independent candidates and new political movements are organizing, making their voices heard and bringing real change to our broken political system.”
SAM’s goals for 2018 and beyond include: