Recognizing Populist Demand, Gillibrand and Booker Swear Off Corporate Cash
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Recognizing Populist Demand, Gillibrand and Booker Swear Off Corporate Cash

Recognizing Populist Demand, Gillibrand and Booker Swear Off Corporate Cash

As a progressive candidate, I too can not accept money from corporations filter through political action committees (PACs). This is Citizens United and it is what has sold our politicians to the highest bidder. Donations can be made by individuals and local businesses who are LLC. We must scrutinize each donation by OEC standards. This ensures my only priority as a civil servant are the citizens of district 53.

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https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/02/14/recognizing-populist-demand-gillibrand-and-booker-swear-corporate-cash

Recognizing Populist Demand, Gillibrand and Booker Swear Off Corporate Cash

In making pledge, Gillibrand and Booker join a small group of their Senate colleagues—Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Maria Cantwell and Bernie Sanders—who have also vowed to reject corporate PAC donations

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    Bonebreak for House District 53
    Posted at 18:43h, 14 February

    For reference, Tom Cole has a $1.8 million dollar war chest for the 2018 election. Read up on who donated to your representative at votesmart.org

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