Citizens United Protest (Slideshow)
Citizens gathered to hear about opportunities to build support for a constitutional amendment and other regulatory and legislative reforms to reduce the influence of corporate money on elections presented by Citizens United.
Nancy Guyott, president of the Indiana State AFL-CIO, invited participants to "come up with a plan for fighting back for democracy."
Many gathered outside of the Birch Bayh Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, 46 E. Ohio Street and listened to various speakers of Citizens United.
Dave Menzer from Indianapolis, a three-year critic of the Citizens United decision said, "Elections are nothing but propaganda. I hope for a new make up for a new Supreme Court."
Member of the Democracy Campaign based in Bloomington, IN Vince Tite (left), Head of Democracy campaign Rachel Bond(center), and Visibility Coordinator Katherine Beyer(right)commuted from Bloomington to support the rally.