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Organizing to Overturn Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission

How to Petition on Election Day

Guide to Plan an Organizing Meeting

We encourage you to set up a meeting before petitioning to plan your efforts and afterwards to plan for next steps. Please email us at to let us know if you're planning an organizing get together.

Below are some steps, tips and materials for a successful organizing party. If you have a question that is not answered in this guide, e-mail us at or call us at (202) 588-7757.

1. Getting People to Your Event

2. Preparing for Your Event

3. After Your Event

  • Send an email thanking everyone for attending and share with them a summary of what you decided your next steps will be, including your next meeting time and location and commitments individuals made.

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