In 2012, 500 faith leaders spoke up across the nation and helped inspire Montana and Colorado voters to approve critical ballot initiatives aimed at curbing corporate spending. 
What next? Unlike immigration or gun violence prevention, there isn't a cohesive faith-based movement to heal our democracy from the influx of ungodly sums of money into our politics – YET.
You, us – we are the stewards, the early-adopters, the hope for change.
After a season of organizing, and in preparation for upcoming ballot initiatives, we worked hard summarizing our findings and recommendations – and got it down to 4 pages!
I hope you'll read and share it.
We discovered in one-on-one conversations with faith leaders that – like the overwhelming majorities of Americans – they support and are ready to be organized for meaningful reforms to get money out of politics.
Our how-to memo illustrates what this organizing looks like, including:
Click here to download "Making Money & Politics an Issue of Faith."
After you read this short memo, will you share it with those you know working for justice, and your networks via Facebook and Twitter?
Together, we witnessed:
But now, with a blueprint and our commitment, we can inspire and build a faith-based movement to heal our democracy.
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