Stop Establishment Attacks On South Dakota'S Anti-Corruption Act

Politicians opposing the Anti-Corruption Act: Senators Blake Curd, Deb Peters, Larry Tidemann, Representatives Lee Qualm, Mark Willadsen

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Sign this petition to tell the South Dakota politicians trying to repeal the Anti-Corruption Act to stop ignoring the will of the voters.

On November 8th, voters passed America's first statewide Anti-Corruption Act in South Dakota. Now, establishment politicians are fighting to block the law and undo the will of the voters.

The Anti-Corruption Act, passed by voters in South Dakota, holds politicians and lobbyists accountable to the people. It would mean an end to secret lobbying, big money donations shrouded in mystery, and the revolving door between government and lobbying.

Establishment politicians and a lobbying group filed a lawsuit to try to block South Dakota's Anti-Corruption Act from going into effect, and are plotting to repeal the law during this legislative session.

This isn't just an attack on the voters of South Dakota – it's an attack on the anti-corruption movement across the country. If we don't fight back and protect America's first statewide Anti-Corruption Act, it could be a major setback for South Dakota and for future Anti-Corruption Acts.

Establishment politicians hope to attack the Anti-Corruption Act quietly when they think no one paying attention. We have to speak up loudly to show these lawmakers we're watching them - and we need to do it now. Please add your name to help defend America's first statewide Anti-Corruption Act. If we can gather enough support across the country, we'll show lawmakers in South Dakota that opposing the will of the people won't fly.
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To: Politicians opposing the Anti-Corruption Act: Senators Blake Curd, Deb Peters, Larry Tidemann, Representatives Lee Qualm, Mark Willadsen
From: [Your Name]

I'm writing to urge you to abandon your calls to repeal IM-22, South Dakota's Anti-Corruption Act.

South Dakota voters spoke loud and clear on Election Day by passing this law, and it's your duty to be responsive to the people and accept the outcome of this election. The public is watching. Your actions to fight and repeal this law are disgraceful, and we are appalled that you are actively opposing the will of the people.

Please cease your opposition.