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The purpose of this page is to reveal where each candidate stands, on making our pledge. We will make 7 documented efforts to contact these politicians, and will confirm these precise attempts by way of an affidavit. There are good politicians, and then there are also lazy, do nothing, and or corrupt politicians – and we are here to reveal to everyone their commitment to actually taking a stand and caring about the people, by more than mere political campaign talk/but by way of a promised “pledge”.

Democrat, Republican, Independent, libertarian, or other… we do not care who is affiliated with any political party. We care about helping the people on issues that we virtually all agree on. Politicians can keep their partisan fighting, and we wish good luck to everyone. We will ask every candidate to make the pledge/or partial pledge as referenced on this website, give the candidates 14 days to respond after our 7th attempt/or 25 days from the date that we had an actual conversation with the candidate. Candidate’s may ask for a brief extension/but they must do so in writing/and all requests should not exceed 11 days past the designed original final expiration period. While our big reveal is set for the beginning of February, once we finalize the status of a non-responsive candidate/or a candidate that declared to not make the pledge  -then only we can change that status, which is extremely unlikely. Any candidate who ignores us or declares that they will not make a pledge -we will place their status and post their verbiage next to the candidates name, the 2 words “vote against” . While the postings will not occur till the beginning of February 2020. We will also place “made full pledge” for full pledging candidates, and also if partial pledges are made, we place “partial pledge” and state which proposed legislation numbers that they do not support. We will attend rally’s and heavily promote our full pledgers. All full pledgers will have an opportunity (with other pledgers permissions to be notified a week in advance/to let pledge candidates from all parties go to the media together, tho show their tough partisanship but also that they will pass legislation that helps everyone. We will dramatically update our website with all new spreadsheets, and post massive results, in the early part of February 2020, onto our website.

At our last historic check, 84% of people on average, agree with each of the 55 proposed pieces of legislation, that is on this website referenced herein. That is a massive percentage. In campaigns, many are won or lost not just by making good decisions, or by avoiding making bad decisions or indecisions, but also by letting the constituents know true commitment to bettering their lives – not by mere politician words – but by their actions. This commitment is made provable in the form of specified sworn pledge. We genuinely root for all candidates to make the smartest choice for their campaign and for what is truly in their heart of the best thing to do, for the people..

Before us uploading our updated and new excel spread sheets in February 2020, any candidate that earned the “vote against” status, will have a difficult opportunity later, to have us be convinced to change/update their status – there will be some major hoops to jump through/and we will with transparency, also indicate that those candidates “later” convinced us otherwise/if even applicable.

In 2020, thanks to our sponsors, we will be taking trips/with cameras/video/audio/to visit politicians/candidates, who have failed to respond/refused to pledge, and post videos of our trip and interaction with these candidates, on our website. Candidates can make their simple pledge by verbally stating their official decision/with any specified proposed legislations that they exempt from their pledge, and send a simple email to office@nationalamendments.com or, fill out the form and email us directly, and we appreciate their consideration and decision, either way. “Let’s repair America” Let’s repair America together” (both slogans by Sam Sky). Thank you so much,

We kindly ask all of you to vote against these politicians that we will have marked “vote against” on, coming early in February 2020. Thank you so much.

Please click on the state you are interested in to view that state’s information:

Alabama

  • 2 U.S senators
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Alaska

  • 2 U.S senators
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Arizona

Arkansas

California

  • 2 U.S senators
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Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

  • 2 U.S senators
  • U.S House of Representatives
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Florida

Georgia

  • 2 U.S senators
  • U.S House of Representatives
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Hawaii

  • 2 U.S senators
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Idaho

  • 2 U.S senators
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Illinois

  • 2 U.S senators
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Indiana

  • 2 U.S senators
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Iowa

  • 2 U.S senators
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Kansas

  • 2 U.S senators
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Kentucky

  • 2 U.S senators
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Louisiana

  • 2 U.S senators
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Maine

  • 2 U.S senators
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Maryland

  • 2 U.S senators
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Massachusetts

  • 2 U.S senators
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Michigan

  • 2 U.S senators
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Minnesota

  • 2 U.S senators
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Mississippi

  • 2 U.S senators
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Missouri

  • 2 U.S senators
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Montana

  • 2 U.S senators
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Nebraska

  • 2 U.S senators
  • U.S House of Representatives
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Nevada

  • 2 U.S senators
  • U.S House of Representatives
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New Hampshire

  • 2 U.S senators
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New Jerseu

  • 2 U.S senators
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New Mexico

  • 2 U.S senators
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New York

  • 2 U.S senators
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North Carolina

  • 2 U.S senators
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North Dakota

  • 2 U.S senators
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Ohio

  • 2 U.S senators
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Oklahoma

  • 2 U.S senators
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Oregon

Pennsylvania

  • 2 U.S senators
  • U.S House of Representatives
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Rhode Island

  • 2 U.S senators
  • U.S House of Representatives
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South Carolina

  • 2 U.S senators
  • U.S House of Representatives
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South Dakota

  • 2 U.S senators
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Tennessee

  • 2 U.S senators
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Texas

  • 2 U.S senators
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Utah

  • 2 U.S senators
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Vermont

Virginia

  • 2 U.S senators
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Washington

  • 2 U.S senators
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West Virginia

  • 2 U.S senators
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Wisconsin

  • 2 U.S senators
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Wyoming

  • 2 U.S senators
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