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Update: December 8, 2011:

Senator Bernie Sanders proposes a Constitutional Amendment to overturn Citizens United by denying corporate personhood.

Click Here to read the text of the amendment

Click Here to endorse this amendment


Update: November 16, 2011:

Congress introduces a Constitutional Amendment which would overturn the Citizens United ruling. FreeSpeechForPeople.Org launches an online petition supporting the amendment.

Click Here to sign


Update: October 22, 2011:

CREDO Action launches an online petition urging congressmembers to sign Louise Slaughter’s letter calling for a criminal investigation of Clarence Thomas

Click Here to add your signature to the petition

Update: September 4, 2014:

Alberto Gonzales. This U.S. Attorney General resigned after Congressman Jay Inslee introduced — and dozens of his colleagues agreed to cosponsor — the following bill:

“Resolved, That the Committee on the Judiciary shall investigate fully whether sufficient grounds exist for the House of Representatives to impeach Alberto R. Gonzales, Attorney General of the United States, for high crimes and misdemeanors.”

Click Here to send your congressman a letter supporting a similar bill bearing Clarence Thomas’ name.


Update: July 22, 2011:

Lawyers’ Committe for Civil Rights Under Law writes a letter to Assistant AG (Civil Rights Division) Thomas E. Perez requesting stronger scrutiny of state photo ID laws; Click Here to sign the letter


Update: June 30, 2011:

Move To Amend’s online petition rejecting the Citizens United ruling and calling for a constitutional amendment denying corporate personhood now stands at just over 113,000 signatures. Click here to add yours


Update: June 25, 2011:

Congressman Chris Murphy sends a letter to his colleagues in the House asking the Judiciary Committee to hold hearings on the alarming number of reports of possible unethical conduct by Supreme Court justices. He is now inviting public citizens to co-sign the letter. Click Here to Add Your Signature

Update: June 25, 2011:

CREDO Action Petition: Tell Congress: Call for a House Judiciary Committee investigation of Clarence Thomas Click Here to Sign


Update: June 20, 2011:

CREDO Action petition: Tell Clarence Thomas to resign! Click Here to Sign

Update: June 17, 2011:

Protect Our Elections launches new petition on SignOn.Org asking that Clarence Thomas be prosecuted for Judicial Insider Trading, to be dleivered to the House, Senate, and Barack Obama. Click Here to Sign

Update: June 14, 2011:

Protect Our Elections launches new petition on Change.Org asking the Justice Department to investigate Clarence Thomas’ conflicts of interest. Click Here To Sign

Update: February 17, 2011:

CREDO Action launches new petition demanding that Clarnce Thomas recuse himself from hearing the Supreme Court’s HCR lawsuit. Click Here To Sign

Update: February 10, 2011: 

Sign Congressman Anthony Weiner’s Petition to Force Clarence Thomas to recuse himself from any decisions involving Health Care Reform:

Conflicted Clarence Thomas

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas must recuse himself from any cases regarding the constitutionality of the health care reform law.

The Thomas household has profited from opposition to health care reform. His wife has already taken nearly $700,000 from health care opponents and now openly advertises herself as a crack lobbyist with the “experience and connections” to overturn the law of the land.

Use the form on the right to stand with Anthony Weiner and his House colleagues, co-signing their letter and calling on Clarence Thomas to recuse himself from any cases regarding the constitutionality of the health care reform law immediately in the interest of maintaining impartiality in nation’s highest court.”




Update: February 4, 2011:

Sign the Letter To Congress To Investigate And Impeach Clarence Thomas For Falsifying 20 Years Of Financial Documents

Sign The Petition To The Department Of Justice To Prosecute Clarence Thomas For Falsifying 20 Years Of Financial Documents


Protect Our Elections is a new campaign to push for passage of pending national legislation to protect the votes and public elections of millions of Americans. We have identified common sense federal legislation that will help ensure the fairness of elections, starting with the 2010 mid-term election. It is necessary to call on Congress to demand passage of these important bills.

Specifically, passage of legislation to stop unfair voter challenges, purging of voter rolls, felon disenfranchisement, misleading election information, unlimited corporate financing, and mandatory photo IDs in federal elections will protect voters this year. In addition, a strong, paper ballot requirement, to be fully implemented by 2012, will help protect our elections in time for the next presidential election and mitigate the threat from Internet voting.

You can help in the following ways:  

1) Sign the petition to tell your Congress Members to pass this pending legislation. Every person who signs on will have their name added to a second petition that we will deliver to Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid demanding quick passage of these bills. 2) Call your Congress Members and tell them that you want strong election protection legislation passed this year. Enough delay! No legislation is more important than that which shores up our increasingly vulnerable electoral system. You can find the phone numbers here. 3) Urge your friends and favorite organizations to join with this campaign to protect our elections by calling on Congress to act now! 4) Spread the word through social networking so this campaign goes viral on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Let us know when you post something so we can add it to this site.

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  1. I got a text from my left leaning father that Virginia Thomas on MSNBC needing an outreach program. Is there an email address so I can send information on out program?

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