America’s corruption crisisThe 2016 race will be the most expensive election in U.S. history — projected at more than $10 billion! Politicians from both parties are completely dependent on the handful of elites who bankroll their careers. Big donors are buying politicians, and their lobbyists are writing our laws. Corruption is legal in America.
Join the movement to fix our corrupt political system
In communities across America, Represent.Us members of all political stripes — conservatives, progressives and everyone in between — are working together to pass local Anti-Corruption Acts. Local Acts are designed to:
- Stop political bribery by making it illegal for elected officials to raise money from interests they regulate.
- End secret money by mandating full transparency of all political spending.
- Empower voters with an opt-in, individual tax rebate for small political donations.
Every town, city, state and county has a unique political makeup, so every Anti-Corruption Act is uniquely tailored to the needs of each community.
Local action, national political power
Every municipal and state Anti-Corruption Act creates common-sense conflict of interest, ethics, transparency and campaign finance laws. State Acts create the opportunity for federal candidates from that state to campaign on the anti-corrupt platform — accountable to their constituents, not special interests.
Candidates who win election on this platform have built-in incentive to champion Anti-Corruption in Washington (because that’s what got them elected). Every state we win gets us one crucial step closer to passing the American Anti-Corruption Act at the federal level.
We can’t win without a grassroots army — That means you!
2 states are already fighting for local Anti-Corruption Acts, and yours could be next! But only if we can sign up enough volunteers to run a winning grassroots campaign.
Help bring an Anti-Corruption Act to your state — volunteer today!