WASHINGTON - In Tuesday’s elections, voters in California, Ohio, Washington, and Wisconsin approved nearly two dozen ballot initiatives calling for a 28th Amendment to reduce the amount of money in politics and empower ordinary voters over wealthy donors by wide margins. The victories for campaign finance reformers stands as a clear rejection to the Supreme Court’s controversial decision in Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission, which opened the door for unlimited political spending in elections.
This one has a go of it.
We need 3/4 of the nation, so 38 of 50 States
We are at 18?