Presented by the Stetson Law Chapter of the American Constitution Society 

12PM – 1PM

The Great Hall of the Gulfport Campus at Stetson University College of Law 

This panel brings together some of the country’s boldest campaign finance reformers for a vibrant discussion on how to connect our current constitutional moment and the prospect of a new ninth Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court with innovative new initiatives for ending big money’s dominance of American elections.

Big change has already been set in motion right here in Pinellas County, as the St. Petersburg City Council is currently considering a first-of-its-kind ordinance that would abolish super PACs and limit foreign corporate money in St. Pete elections. The ordinance, if adopted, would directly challenge the decision that created super PACS — v. FEC — and could even roll back Citizens United.


Professor Al Alschuler, University of Chicago Law School
Scott Greytak, Counsel, Free Speech For People
Darden Rice, Vice Chair, St. Petersburg City Council Commissioner
Ellen Weintraub, Federal Election Commission

Moderated by Professor Joseph Morrissey of Stetson University College of Law. 


The Great Hall, Stetson University College of Law
1401 61st Street South
Gulfport, FL  33707