Why Do I Volunteer

My name is Katherine and I’m an Outlaw Dirty Money volunteer. I’d love to take this chance to share with all of you my story and why this movement means so much to me and my community. If you’d like to join me and volunteer, click the button below:

I want to volunteer 

Why do I volunteer for ODM?

Because it is the most important thing I can do for Arizona right now.

My focus for the past 10 years has been community and my neighbors. If you surveyed the neighbors in my neighborhood, you would find a complete range of cultures and political views. I respect everyone. I hope they know that I care about and respect each one of them. If they need me, I’m there for them.

Have I always been involved in politics?

I used to be a geologist. But I’ve always had a passion for our democratic process. I think I inherited it from my parents. As an immigrant, my dad was always proud to be an American, to have fought in World War II, and he flew an American flag outside his house every day of his adult life. My mom was equally proud of being an American (she was an active member of DAR and Colonial Dames) and she worked in the polling places every election.

Why do I care so much?

I am appalled at how much money we waste on political advertising in the USA. I think Citizens United has hurt the United States and Outlaw Dirty Money is the only thing I can do right now to show through my actions my dislike of it. No matter what the Supreme Court says, corporations are not people. Corporations have an unquenchable thirst for money at any expense. They are amoral. I believe the government should be here to help make the playing field fair. ODM will at least improve the transparency in American politics: a step in the right direction.

What’s my hope for the future?

After passing Outlaw Dirty Money, my next hope is that all citizens will register to vote, educate themselves, and then vote. When more people vote, the politicians will start listening to us.

Thinking about volunteering for ODM?

Volunteer with me!

It’s easy and fun. There is a range of tasks needing to be done. You can work outside, at home on your phone, or in the office. You can talk to people or sit in front of a computer. You can work during the week, evenings, or weekends. And you have the satisfaction of being a part of something that will really make Arizona a better state. It is a bipartisan issue. People of all political persuasions are in agreement that it is a good step to take.

Please join me and volunteer for Outlaw Dirty Money! Click the button below to register:

I want to volunteer 

I can’t wait to work with you,
Katherine Roxlo
Outlaw Dirty Money

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Pausing Campaign

Statement from Co-Chairs of the Outlaw Dirty Money Initiative Drive

With heavy hearts but a strong commitment to Arizona’s public health, we announce today that the Outlaw Dirty Money Constitutional Amendment campaign otherwise known as the “Citizens Right to Know Initiative” has paused all person to person efforts to gather petition signatures.

This suspension will last until our public health experts and our elected leaders deem it prudent for our volunteers and paid gatherers to resume public contact.  At that time, we will decide if enough time is left to gather enough signatures to put the issue of transparency in Arizona campaign finance before the voters in November.  

During this pause, Outlaw Dirty Money will keep working with our army of volunteers, ready to act when the health crisis abates.  In the meantime, they will do all possible to gather signatures without person to person contact. If you would like to help that effort, please contact us at info@outlawdirtymoney.com or call 602-633-5146.  If you support the suggested legislation changes, we encourage you to contact your legislator at https://www.azleg.gov/memberroster/

Co-chairs of Voters’ Right to Know initiative, 

  • Terry Goddard
  • Grant Woods
  • Paul Johnson
  • Helene and Jim Babbitt
  • Robert Bertrand
  • Nan and Dick Walden
  • Tom Horne