By: Korey Matthews
107 Democratic House candidates released a letter last week calling for a campaign finance overhaul to be the first item on the next Congress’s agenda.
- “If the American people do elect a Democratic majority this November, we must heed their call to finally and categorically change the way Washington works,” lawmakers write
- Many lawmakers signing letter, which was organized by advocacy group End Citizens United, are in competitive races and have promised not to accept campaign donations from corporate PACs
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