Represent NJ Chapter Meeting April 27

Saturday, April 27  11AM  Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton

50 Cherry Hill Road, Princeton    RSVP  https://volunteer.represent.us/nj_mtg_042719

This will be the perfect opportunity to join the conversation in New Jersey on how take action and contribute to the anti-corruption movement!

Be sure to bring your phone or other device because we will be watching an awesome video about “Ranked Choice Voting with the group! 

In the meeting, we will also be:

– Learning about Discord, our new platform for communication and organizing

– Discussing strategies for how to make our chapter the most effective it can be

– Making new friends and working to make democracy stronger!

RSVP  https://volunteer.represent.us/nj_mtg_042719

Call for an End to Dark Money in NJ

The End Dark Money bill A1524 will be up for a vote MONDAY, MARCH 25 at 1 PM
COME to the NJ State House 125 W State St, Trenton, NJ 08608 to support A1524.  Let’s show our Legislators that we want transparency in our elections.

AND Speaker Coughlin ((732) 855-7441) must hear from the grassroots declaring our support for S-1500/A-1524 and calling for a vote on Monday, 3/25, in the full Assembly. Right now, opponents of this legislation are mounting an aggressive campaign to defeat the bills. Let’s stop them at the gate. TAKE ACTION . Of course, contact your Assembly Reps.  Find them here:  https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/legsearch.asp

END DARK MONEY in NJ – CALL NOW

EXTRA! EXTRA! Hear all about it!
CALL Your NJ Assembly persons NOW
Find them here:   https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/members/legsearch.asp
​Today, March 18, the Assembly Appropriations Committee approved A1524, the “Dark Money” bill, 5-0, with one abstention. The amendments added 501c-6’s (trade associations) to funds for disclosure; removed the increases in political committees and wheeling among county parties; and deleted the January 1, 2018 “retroactive” provision in the Senate version.
Now, it’s on to the full Assembly next week for a final vote.
Tell your Assembly representatives that the voters of NJ need to know who is donating money to Independent groups.