About GMOM

We are an all-volunteer force of Marylanders demanding full voting rights for every citizen and fair regulation of money in politics. We work to promote reforms that minimize the influence of money and strengthen the power of individual citizens in the political process. Our ultimate goal is to see the enactment of a Constitutional Amendment to overturn the Citizens United v FEC  decision, empower states and the federal government to regulate the raising and spending of money in our elections, and establish that constitutional rights apply only to natural persons.

 

Join our bi-weekly conference calls or general educational meetings which occur from time to time. When you sign up please include your phone, email & home address. We work closely with Wolf-Pac.com and other allies

 

Get Money Out - Maryland is an independent organization and is also a Working Group of Move to Amend, a national organization with half a million citizen supporters. Move to Amend has crafted the most powerful language now pending in Congress for the 28th Amendment to the Constitution. We are working directly to support the We the People Amendment, H. J. Res 48.

 

We also associated with American Promise, the only national group that seeks to unify and harmonize the work of all groups working for the 28th Amendment.

 

 

 

Our full mission statement:

  • The name of the organization is Get Money Out – Maryland
  • The goal of this nonpartisan organization is to restore balance and integrity to the political systems of Maryland and the United States so that all citizens have equal access to the ballot and an equal say in governance. 
  • The Mission of the organization is . . .

(1) . . . To promote reforms that minimize the influence of money and strengthen the power of individual citizens in the political process in the U.S. and in Maryland, and that restore the integrity of elections.

(2) . . . To promote an amendment to the U. S. Constitution that overturns the Supreme Court decision ‘Citizens United v. FEC,’ and establishes that constitutional rights apply only to natural persons. 

(3) . . . To work in Maryland with persons and organizations regardless of political affiliation.

 


 

We would love to hear from you. We're in touch with thousands of supporters in Maryland, and can put you in touch with like-minded people who live near you.

This website & organization (abbreviated 'GMOM") was formed in December 2012 by just a few concerned citizen volunteers, in order to support efforts of Marylanders around the state working to reduce political corruption. Since that time we have become a statewide organization and identified over 8,000 people who have taken action to support our campaigns.

We send updates no more than once a month (unless you ask for more or there's an urgent deadline with the Maryland General Assembly), all messages have an unsubscribe option, and we never sell or share your contact info with any outside groups.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Charlie Cooper, President

Baltimore

410-578-8291

charlie.coop47 [at] gmail.com

Susan Ogden, Vice President

Takoma Park

240-687-0164

susanogden1 [at] mac.com

Doug Miller, Secretary

Columbia

443-690-4360

beacon7712@comcast.net

Joseph Adams, M. D.

Towson

410 812-1447

joeadamsmd [at] gmail.com

Angad Singh

Towson

443-939-6582

theindialink [at] gmail.com

Sheila Ruth

Catonsville

410-340-1014

ImaginatorPress [at] gmail.com

Wylie Sawyer

Annapolis

240-997-6921

wylieburge [at] gmail.com

Diamonte Brown

Baltimore

443-422-8884

diamonte33 [at] gmail.com

Hank Prensky

Takoma Park

301-455-4427

hprensky [at] rcn.com

Renaud Brown

Catonsville

240-413-9750

rdbtenor [at] gmail.com

Marty Wulfe

Silver Spring

301-792-0376

mwulfe [at] yahoo.com