Campaign Finance - A Constitutional Amendment Banning Citizen’s United

I believe the Supreme Court made a mistake in giving corporations the same rights as people. Citizens United ultimately increased the influence of special interests on our political process and put a “for sale” sign on Congress.

While labor unions and Political Action Committees (PACs) were already putting too much money into our political system,  Citizens United made this far worse. The ruling basically allows any corporation,  labor union,  or individual to spend unlimited amounts of money on elections,  even if a corporation is established for the sole purpose of raising and spending money on elections. The decision also enables organizations called 501(c)4s to spend unlimited amounts of money in politics without reporting who is funding them. This excessive spending and lack of transparency isn’t good for the American political process.

Even more alarming is that the decision opens up the door for significant foreign influence in US elections. Because donations can be made through any US corporation,  even one with significant foreign ownership,  foreign countries could exert significant influence in US elections.

If elected I will support a Constitutional Amendment to overturn this verdict to ensure we can keep the unlimited flow of dark money out of politics.

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