American Promise: Getting Dark Money Out of Politics


Imagine what our government would be like if our representatives were elected based on their performance and effectiveness representing the will of their constituents.

Are the representatives taking the necessary actions to adequately address the issues that matter to people or are they clouded by the special interests, dark money groups funded without the knowledge of the voters?

American Promise is a bi-patrician movement to reclaim our democracy by passing a 28th amendment to get money out of politics by setting reasonable spending limits in our elections so that all Americans – regardless of net worth -can take responsibility for their lives and self-govern.

Come listen to James Kinsman and Elaine Moscovitz present American Promises' plan leading the way to win an amendment that states, We the People, not big money, not corporations, not unions, not special interests govern the United States of America.

Mr. Kinsman received a law degree from NKU Salmon P. Chase school of Law and specializes in contracts. Ms. Moscovitz retired from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department Education Department in 2009 to focus on her business and political activism.