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Are there still moves to reform the election contribution system?


This year the insurance/financial/real estate industries have given more to the elections than any other industry, by far. Goldman Sachs gave over $6.6 million. Renaissance Technologies (a hedge fund company) gave over $5.8 million. And the National Association of Realtors gave over $4.9 million. What do you think of this?

 

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    watergeek 4 years ago

    What I've heard is that it removes the ability for corporations and unions to take money from people's paychecks or union dues for political reasons . . . but only unions do that. Corporations pull their donation money from other sources.

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