NJ.com: The only way to get special-interest money out of politics: Your vote | Opinion

October 8, 2018

By: Tiffany Muller and Marie Henselder Kimmel In 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court made a disastrous decision in Citizens United v. the Federal Election Commission to allow corporations to pour vast amounts of money into the political system and it’s breaking the foundation of American democracy. We know the Constitution says “We the People,” but lately it seems […]

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The Hill: Internal poll shows Coffman in dead heat with Democratic challenger

October 1, 2018

By: Max Greenwood Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) is in a statistical dead heat with his Democratic challenger Jason Crow, according to an internal poll commissioned by Coffman’s campaign. The poll, conducted by the Alexandria, Va.-based Tarrance Group, shows Crow leading Coffman by 1 point – 46-45 percent — in a two-way matchup. That’s well within the survey’s […]

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The Washington Post: The GOP is buying the House. Literally.

September 26, 2018

By: Dana Milbank If Republicans succeed in keeping the House in November, it will have been bought for them by corporations and the rich — quite literally. President Trump recast the Republican Party as a vehicle for the forgotten man. But these putative populists passed a $1.5 trillion tax cut that, according to a poll this month for the […]

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Burlington County Times: Democrat Andy Kim takes campaign finance reform talk to Republican Tom MacArthur’s offices

September 24, 2018

By: David Levinsky EVESHAM — Democratic congressional candidate Andy Kim added some new promises to his campaign to reduce “big money” corporate influence in Washington on Monday, as he brought his battle for New Jersey’s 3rd District seat to his Republican opponent’s doorstep. Kim, who’s believed to be running neck and neck against Republican incumbent […]

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New Jersey Globe: Kim announces campaign finance platform

September 24, 2018

By: Nikita Biryukov Andy Kim on Monday announced a slate of campaign finance reforms he’ll seek if elected to fill the seat currently held by Rep. Tom MacArthur. Among the Kim’s proposals were ones to ban campaign contributions to legislators from industries that those legislators regulate, institute a statutory requirement for members of Congress to put […]

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