Get Money Out - Maryland, Inc. (GMOM) is a group of volunteers trying to get big money out of our political system and make elections fairer. Through our work on Maryland's Democracy Amendment Resolution, we are pursuing a U.S. Constitutional amendment to guarantee every citizen’s right to vote, reserve Constitutional rights for human beings, and regulate big money in politics. 

 

 

 

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a perilous situation. GMOM is concerned that pay-to-play politics will lead to large-scale corruption in the corporate bailout and that our upcoming elections will be compromised. We will be monitoring the situation carefully and updating you every two weeks.

 

 
 
 

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Since 2013, we have been working with the Maryland General Assembly to pass a resolution, the  Democracy Amendment Resolution (the DAR), to add Maryland to the list of states calling for a convention of states to propose a constitutional amendment enabling Congress and state legislatures to regulate donations and spending on our election processes. 

Supreme Court decisions in Citizens United v. FEC and other cases have deemed such regulations unconstitutional, incredibly ruling that money is speech and that corporations and other artificial entities have constitutional rights!

Get Money Out - Maryland does not endorse or oppose candidates for office. We provide information on which candidates and legislators support election reform legislation.

We address the most important issues on this website, while we're asking you to help us put our democracy back into the hands of the people.

 

 

GMOM supporters gather after House Rules Committee hearing, March 2018. The House went on to pass the Democracy Amendment Resolution by a vote of 94-42.