We Voted for Fair Maps

Last November, Missourians voted overwhelmingly to clean up Missouri politics.  A key part of Amendment 1 was to take partisan politics out of the drawing of legislative districts.  Now the House of Representatives is trying to reverse the will of the voters by passing House Joint Resolution 48.

Contact YOUR State Representative NOW and urge them to oppose HJR 48.



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Dear [Decision Maker],

Missouri voters spoke clearly last year. Over 60% of us told you, our state representatives, that we wanted to clean up Missouri politics.

Missourians voted overwhelmingly, in every Senate district, and nearly every House district, to support fair maps and fair representation. I would urge you to oppose House Joint Resolution 48.

[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]