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Sick of Election Ads?

As we approach Election Day, the lunacy of our current election funding system is becoming painfully apparent. There is so much cash in the system that candidates have no problem saturating the TV and radio airwaves with vitriolic commercials, clogging … Continue reading

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How much would the Clean Elections Amendment cost?

One of the first questions that must be answered about full federal funding of elections is, “How much would this cost?”  Common Cause, Inc., a citizen’s advocacy group, has looked into that question, and this is what they said: (http://www.commoncause.org/site/pp.asp?c=dkLNK1MQIwG&b=4773849) … Continue reading

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Will YOU get on board?

YOU are the most important factor of all.  The Clean Elections Amendment doesn’t have a ghost of a chance of seeing the light of day unless YOU decide to get involved.  As I’ve already said in previous posts, no one … Continue reading

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This is the proposed Clean Elections Amendment

AMENDMENT XXVII – The Clean Elections Amendment SECTION I – Campaign Financing A.      Financing for all campaigns for Federal office (House of Representatives, Senate, and President) shall be administered exclusively by the Federal Election Commission (FEC), from general tax revenue of … Continue reading

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