Political Organizations

Move To Amend

Website https://movetoamend.org/in-bloomington
Phone 812-336-6671
Email bloomington-in [at] movetoamend [dot] org

On January 21, 2010, with its ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the Supreme Court ruled that corporations are persons, entitled by the U.S. Constitution to buy elections and run our government. Human beings are people; corporations are legal fictions.

We, the People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United and other related cases, and move to amend our Constitution to firmly establish that money is not speech, and that human beings, not corporations, are persons entitled to constitutional rights.


Bloomington Tea Party

Website http://www.bloomingtonteaparty.com/
Email hoosierpatriot [at] comcast [dot] net
Description Tea Party Organizations Nationwide are supporting protests at this time. If you can't go, write a letter or call the local office to express your opinion. We support government integrity, fiscal responsibility and free markets.

Progressives for Change

Email info [at] boldprogressives [dot] org
Description To congregate activists, experts, and scholars to brainstorm, discuss research projects, and exchange ideas in hope of bridging the gulf between disparate academic disciplines and subfields. Topics to be discussed are intended to focus on problems forming the world between now and the next 50 years.

Congressman Baron Hill

Website http://www.facebook.com/congressmanbaronhill
Contact Whitney Pierle (Veterans Representative)
Phone 812-336-3000
Description Contact information for the office of Indiana Congressman Baron Hill, with info for Constituent Services for Veterans.

Democratic Women's Caucus

Website http://www.democraticwomenscaucus.org/
Contact Regina Moore (Chair)
Email regina [dot] moore [at] gmail [dot] com
Description Regina Moore, Bloomington's current City Clerk, first conceived the idea of a Democratic Women's Caucus during the local 2003 campaigns. She and Susan Sandberg were the only women to run on the city's ballot in 2003. Moore ran for and was reelected City Clerk.
Additional Contact Kristina Simmonds (Treasurer)
Email dwcaucus [at] gmail [dot] com

Monroe County Republican Headquarters

Website http://www.indgop.org/counties/Monroe
Phone 812-332-2903
Email NanGan [at] aol [dot] com
Address Monroe County Republican Headquarters
1117 North College Ave., Unit E
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description For more information, please visit the Monroe County Republican Headquarter's website or call the phone number listed above.

Monroe County Democratic Party

Website http://monroedems.org/
Contact Rick Dietz (Chair)
Phone 812-336-5875
Email information [at] monroedems [dot] org
Description The right to chose who governs us is one of the most dearly held American traditions. It is the foundation of our system of government. It is also why the Monroe County Democratic Party believes that every voter is important in every election, and why our Party encourages every citizen to exercise his or her right to vote.

Monroe County Democratic Womens Club

Contact Connie Loftman
Phone 812-824-7402

The MCDWC meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month (except December) from 11:30AM - 1PM. Location, speakers and program subjects vary.


Indiana Civil Liberties Union Bloomington Chapter

Website http://www.aclu-in.org/
Contact Paul Newman (Bloomington Chapter Contact)
Phone 734-995-1052
Email attorneypaulnewman [at] yahoo [dot] com

The ACLU of Indiana is the Indiana affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU is dedicated to protecting the freedoms guaranteed to Indiana residents and businesses by the Indiana and United States Constitutions.

Additional Contact Alex LoCicero (Bloomington Student Chapter Contact)
Email alocicer [at] indiana [dot] edu

Libertarian Party of Indiana, Monroe County Chapter

Website http://lpin.org/
Contact Luke Hilton (Chairman)
Phone (812) 345-9783
Email hiltonjl [at] umail [dot] iu [dot] edu
Address 1135 N Logan Road
Bloomington, IN
Hours call for more information
Description The mission of the Libertarian Party is to move public policy in a libertarian direction by electing candidates of the Libertarian Party to public office.
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