Tag: Super PACs
By choosing to keep their donors secret, these groups leave voters in the dark as to exactly who is funding their political activities. And the IRS won't know either.
Koch Industries leads corporate contributions.
After a candidate is elected, mega-donors look to influence public policy, which occurs fairly regularly in politics
"For nearly a decade, the SpeechNow ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has allowed big money donors to evade federal campaign contribution limits and corrupt even further our political process."
Trump’s army of organized support has expanded since then, with a dozen or so major nonprofits and super PACs pushing his policy platform and priming the public for Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign.
"I just mean that people should not be self-funding and they should not be funded from PACs from other billionaires. Get out there, trust your message."
The high levels of partial disclosure suggest that dark money is not disappearing.
Both Republican and Democratic voters want to amend the Constitution to limit big money’s role in politics.
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