A new approach to the initiative process.
We are using social media, phone-banking, canvassing and this web site to gather contact information for concerned citizens who willing to sign petitions and then using that information to keep them informed of opportunities to sign petitions. If you are willing to sign petitions, want to help gather signatures, volunteer to help in some other way, or simply want to stay informed regarding our progress, please click on the “Join the Campaign” (sidebar) and provide us with your contact information.
Once we have your contact information, we will keep you informed of signing opportunities in your area (town hall meetings, house parties, signing parties, benefit concerts) and provide an updated list of locations where you can sign the petitions.
Existing political advocacy groups are joining our coalition.
We are organizing campaigns on college campuses, led by organizations on each campus. We are working with labor unions, advocacy groups, and business owners to make our petitions available for signing during normal business hours.
If you are a member of a political advocacy group, encourage your group to endorse our proposal and work with other groups who have also endorsed our proposal (and our individual volunteers) to gather the signatures needed to get our proposals on the ballot.
The plan in Missouri
The following chart shows the number of valid signatures we need to obtain to get our proposals on the ballot in Missouri. We must obtain the required number in at least six of Missouri’s eight congressional districts:
Change is in the air..
We can reform our election process and elect a government of, by, and for the people.
You are cordially invited to join our campaign.