Amendment 1 has been endorsed by:

Amendment 1 will ensure fair and competitive elections so elected officials cannot take their voters for granted and must earn their support.

Year after year, politicians are re-elected with big money, in districts drawn by politicians and party insiders. Amendment 1 limits the influence of special interests in the legislature and ensures no party is given an unfair advantage when redistricting occurs after the next census.

Former U.S. Senator John Danforth

MO Senator Rob Schaaf (R-St. Joseph)

Paul DeGregorio, Former Chairman, U.S. Election Assistance Commission

Former Sen. Jim Lembke (R-Lemay)

Representative Nick Marshall (R-Parkville)

Former MO Senator Bob Johnson (R-Lee’s Summit)

John Saxton, Former St. Louis Republican Central Committee Member

Mayor Clifford Harvey of Weston, MO

Trevor Potter, Republican former FEC Chairman and President of the nonpartisan Campaign
Legal Center

Former Sen. Marvin Singleton (R-Joplin)

Kathleen Boswell, President of the League of Women Voters of Missouri

Nimrod “Rod” Chapel, Jr. President of the Missouri State Conference of the NAACP

Rev. Starsky D. Wilson, President of Deaconess Foundation

Rev. Dr. Cassandra Gould, Executive Director of Missouri Faith Voices

St. Louis Treasurer Tishaura O. Jones

Former Senator Joan Bray (D-St. Louis)

Rhonda Perry, Executive Director of Missouri Rural Crisis Center

David Kimball, Professor of Political Science at the University of Missouri-St. Louis

Mayor Mike Livengood (R-Union)

Amendment 1 is clearly a step in the right direction to put measures in place that will increase transparency and accountability, and give us more competitive elections.

Amendment 1 will level the playing field for the citizens who want to run for office because they understand the struggles of working families — and are tired of politicians ignoring them.

Sign on as an Endorser!