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Rep. Rodney Davis Has Taken $58,000 From Corrupt Energy Utility’s Corporate PAC

Jul 31, 2020

ComEd, a subsidiary of Exelon, was recently fined $200 million by the Department of Justice for its corrupt lobbying practices that lead to favorable legislation for the utility giant.

According to a class action lawsuit against ComEd, “Through rampant and widespread corruption in the form of bribery of Illinois elected officials, ComEd and its parent company, Exelon Corporation, deprived ratepayers of vast sums of money, totaling in the hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars.”

Congressman Rodney Davis, who has been quick to go on the attack about the corrupt scheme, has failed to come clean about the $58,000 he’s taken from Exelon’s corporate PAC since 2012, including $10,000 for his 2020 campaign.

Illinois voters deserve to know the full extent of Congressman Rodney Davis’ relationship with Exelon and the corporate PAC money he’s cashed from the corrupt energy giant.