Lytton Signs on to American Promise Pledge to Pass Constitutional Amendment to Stop Unlimited Money in Politics

Lytton Signs on to American Promise Pledge to Pass Constitutional Amendment to Stop Unlimited Money in Politics

Calls for a Constitution Amendment to End Citizens United Decision Enabling Unlimited Money in Politics

April 24, 2018
Contact: 323-630-2492 – Dennis@LyttonForCongress.org – Twitter: @DennisLytton

Pleasant Hill, CA – Dennis Lytton, a Democrat challenging incumbent Mark DeSaulnier in California's 11th district, signed the American Promise Pledge to work towards a 28th amendment to get big money out of politics.

"I think the chasing of big money and the constant pursuit of it once in office has a corrosive effect on policy making and our democracy," said Lytton after signing the pledge.

He continued, "We need to amend the U.S. Constitution to get special interest money out of our campaigns and elections and restore a government of, for and by the people.  That’s why I’m proud to join others across the country who have pledged their support of American Promise in its effort to pass a 28th Amendment to restore our democracy."

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Dennis Lytton is a Democratic challenging Congressmember DeSaulnier in the June Open Primary for California’s 11th Congressional District. He a Supervisor of Operations at the Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), a recognized expert on transportation policy, and an AFSCME member. The father of two young boys is married to Amelia and they live in Pleasant Hill in central Contra Costa County.

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