American Majority Action
|Type||Grassroots Political Action Organization|
|Focus||Conservative principles, small government, and grassroots activism|
|Method||Political campaign strategy, mass protest, grassroots organizing|
|Slogan||"When American citizens engage in the political arena, real change happens."|
Founded in August 2010, American Majority Action is affiliated with American Majority, a nonprofit political training organization that identifies and trains grassroots candidates and activists for local and state campaigns. The founder and president of American Majority Action is Ned Ryun.
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In October 2010, American Majority Action released the Voter Fraud App, a smartphone application developed to report and track illegal voting activity at polling places. Using photographs and text, the Voter Fraud App compiled a list of vote fraud incidents and was updated in real-time throughout election day.
In 2012, American Majority Action launched a "#FireBoehner" campaign aimed at removing John Boehner from his position as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives.
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