The Dirty Missouri Amendment has already been condemned by Republican, Independent, and Democratic reformers — and was opposed by a bipartisan coalition in the legislature as well. It’s not hard to see why: Missouri voters just delivered an overwhelming mandate for fair redistricting in the last election, and Amendment 3 is riddled with dirty details and errors.
“I will vote no on the legislators’ gerrymandering amendment and encourage every Missouri voter to do the same. The integrity of Missouri’s democracy is at stake.”Former U.S. Senator John C. Danforth
The growing list of Dirty Missouri opponents
The politicians’ attempt to overturn the will of Missouri voters — and to force a radical gerrymandering scheme into our state constitution — has already been condemned by editorial boards across the state. Read for yourself:
“The voters have spoken, and the plan they adopted should go forward.”Independence Examiner
Civil Rights, Community, and Reform Organizations Opposing Amendment 3
The Dirty Missouri Amendment has been condemned by civil rights leaders, community leaders, and citizens who were part of the 2018 campaign to outlaw gerrymandering. Read what they’ve had to say for yourself:
Clean Missouri Supporters
The fair maps reforms in our constitution were supported by an overwhelming bipartisan coalition — and Amendment 1 passed with a majority of the vote in every single state senate district.
Amendment 1 passed in 2018 after a two-year campaign of signature collection, community outreach, coalition building, and public education. In the end, the fair map reforms in the Clean Missouri Amendment earned endorsements from newspapers, reformers, and organizations from across the political spectrum.
Read the 2018 endorsements for yourself: