• Petitioned All Voters

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Organization to Stop Negative Political Ads
All Voters


    1. Pat Chamness
    2. Petition by

      Pat Chamness

      Fort Myers, FL

Stop Negative Political Advertising!! What kind of example do we set for our children when our (so called) political leaders only try to win votes by BULLYING their opponents through character assassinations and false claims or mis-representations of the other candidates. How does that show the voter what to expect from his or her term in office. We need to stop the negative and scare tactics and focus on “What I Can Do for This Country” instead of demeaning and degrading the opposition. Please send all of the candidates for all of the offices a copy of this petition. “PLEASE BE KIND TO YOUR OPPONENTS AND SHOW US A NEW AND CIVILIZED WAY OF CAMPAIGNING" go to www.change.org/petitions/politics



Recent signatures


    1. Negativity is increasing

      Pat Chamness
      Petition Organiser

      We need to take a stand

    2. Reached 10 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Molly Alvarado CHINO, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      I am currently giving a speech on this topic

    • Donna Parlow EL PRADO, NM
      • over 1 year ago

      Because I am sick of listening to it

    • bar b golden E THETFORD, VT
      • over 1 year ago

      because it s corrupt money funding these ads to get their interests protected. not for people at all. it s sickening,

    • David Knight MONONGAHELA, PA
      • almost 2 years ago

      I'm tired of seeing negativity in politics every time I turn on my tv. These people are grown men and women who we trust in running our states and country. This is childish what these people do on tv.

    • Elaine Belling CAPE CORAL, FL
      • almost 2 years ago

      It sets the tone for the whole country when our leaders behave in this way. It sends a negative message to our young people and rests in our consciousness whether we like it or not.


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