Asking Senators to tell us where they get campaign money

Asking Senators to tell us where they get campaign money

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Well, there's this Senate bill, the The Senate Campaign Disclosure Parity Act, which pretty much means that Senators need to tell us where their campaign money comes from, and they need to do it online.

The idea is that it's easier to dig up unsavory connections this way.

However, one Senator prevents this kind of accountability and transparency from happening. As the Sunlight Foundation folks say:

Unfortunately, one senator,
Sen. Roberts, KS, is setting this bill up to fail by tacking on an
unnecessary and controversial amendment that would actually decrease
transparency and accountability in the Senate.

I really don't know why the guy's standing in the way of American grassroots democracy, but I'd like you to help, and here's how to do that.

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Arye Michael Bender

Think all we'll get will be more euphemistically named orgainizations like: 'Committee for Honesty in Politics' as covers for campaign contributions. Politicians will find easy ways around truth — once again.

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