We’ve got a big problem in America today. Corporations and special interests think they can buy support in Congress with massive secret contributions. The sad thing is, they’re right. In the wake of Citizens United, special interests have spent hundreds of millions of dollars trying to cheat the system and manipulate Congress. That's not good for democracy, and it's not good for getting things done. If we want to fix Congress, we have to get rid of special interest money and the politicians it has bought.
That’s why I’m proud to stand for meaningful campaign finance reform that attacks the real root of Congress’ dysfunction: special interest money. Learn more here.