Choice In Campaigning
A few days ago, Proposition 89, the Clean Money and Fair
Elections Act qualified for the November state ballot. This
proposition gives candidates a choice in financing their
campaigns: Either do what they do now, which is solicit
large donations from wealthy individuals and corporations,
or collect only small donations and receive public
financing. This proposition gives us voters a choice, too.
We will be able to vote for the usual, pay to play
politician or for a clean money representative able to vote
his own conscience.
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