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RepairRestoreSafeguard, Inc. 

PO Box 322

New York, NY 10276-322

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In April, 2017 the organization "An Amendment to Repair, Restore & Safeguard the Political Process" incorporated as RepairRestoreSafeguard, Inc.

We are currently filing for exemption as a 501c4 social welfare organization. This means donations will not be tax-deductible. And as an anti-corruption organization, we do not intend to take advantage of donor anonymity. All donors' initials, towns, states and the amount donated will appear on this website.

A preliminary version of the amendment was submitted to Congress in January, 2015 and sent to 7,300 Americans. After a period of public comment it was withdrawn for correction. Thank you for participating! The final version was submitted to the 114th Congress on June 12, 2015, voiding the prior Congressional submission and any public support conveyed to Congress. It is for all intents and purposes a new amendment. It was resubmitted to the 115th Congress on January 23, 2017.

Sources Cited

in Be a Write-in Candidate

petitions.moveon.org/campaign_tips.html campaignstrategy.org/articles/12basicguidelines.pdf

in Knowing What to Ask about Reforms :

Donnelly, David, Janice Fine and Ellen S. Miller. “Going Public,” Boston Review vol 22 #2 (Apr-May 1997) bostonreview.net/david-donnelly-janice-fine-ellen-miller-“going-public” review@bostonreview.net

Malbin, Michael. The Day After Reform, 2004. www.cfinst.org.

Young, Lisa and Joanna Everitt. Advocacy Groups.(2004) UBC Press, Vancouver. www.ubcpress.com/search/title_book.asp?Book ID=4351.

Bharara, Preet. “verifiable, enforceable, lasting” : keynote speech at symposium "Fighting Corruption in America and Abroad" at Fordham University School of Law, March 6, 2015, melr@law.fordham.edu.

in Knowing What to Ask About Reforms, Level Two:

The Constitution Project. “Great and Extraordinary Occasions”, copyright 1999 by the Century Foundation. www.constitutionproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/32.pdf

in Can We Do Without Public Campaign Funding?:

Smith, Bradley A. “Faulty Assumptions and Undemocratic Consequences of Campaign Finance Reform,” Yale Law Journal no. 105, Jan. 1996. ylj@yalelawjournal.org

in You Already Do:

FEC rules at www.fec.gov 
IRS rules and figures at www.irs.gov
the Library of Congress, www.loc.gov 
the Sunlight Foundation, www.sunlightfoundation.org
Open Secrets, www.opensecrets.org 
The Center for Responsive Politics, www.centerforresponsivepolitics.org 

in Percentage of GDP:

Masket, Seth. Graph, "Campaign Spending as a Percentage of GDP" in his blog Enik Rising, http://enikrising.blogspot.com/2012/03/more-spending-on-presidential-elections.html

Gilson, Dave. Graph, graph and article "The Crazy Cost of Becoming President from Lincoln to Obama," Mother Jones, Feb. 20, 2012.  www.motherjones.com/mojo/2012/02/historic-price-cost-presidential-elections

Statute Cited in Before Any Vote:

Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 (Pub. L. 107-155)

in Pop Quiz!


in The Congressional Representation Question:

Wright, Carroll D. and Hunt, William O.  The History and Growth of the United States Census, Senate Document #194, February 24, 1900; U.S. Census Bureau. This and the 1790 census are available at the U.S. Census Bureau, www.census.gov.

​in Constitution vs Semi-Constitution: 

Story, Joseph. Commentary on the Constitution of the United States, fourth edition, 3 vols., edited by Thomas Cooley. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1873. www.constitution.org/js/js-000.htm   at The Constitution Society, www.constitution.org

in In Reality, Neither Final Nor Infallible

remark by Associate Justice Robert H. Jackson: "We are not final..."  https://www.roberthjackson.org/collection/speeches/