S – Stop Special Interest Spending

S – Stop Special Interest Spending

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  • Peter M. Esse says

    I agree with you regarding Special Interest Groups. I’m a democrate and a retired union electrican local #6. I’m proud of both.
    If I did not agree with my union where part of my dues were going I could opt out and not have any of my dues used for political reasons. If you truely believe in limiting money from Special Interest Groups would you be willing to pass a bill that prohibits ALL COMPANIES foreign and domestic, private or public, union and non-union from donating money for any elections in the United States. ONLY INDIVIDUALS, citizens of the United States should be able to donate money and vote in elections.
    Now, where do you stand on this? 1 Are you only against Special Interest Groups that are union? 2 Do you approve of FOREIGN COMPANIES, GOVERNMENTS and INDIVIDUALS donating to America’s elections? 3 Would you vote for a bill that BANS ALL
    COMPANIES, PAST, PRESENT and FUTURE FROM DONATING MONEY FOR OUR ELECTIONS?
    Three simple questions, what are your answers?????????????????????????

    • MarkM says

      I support Proposition 32. The four main points in Proposition 32 are:

      1. Ban both corporate and union contributions to state and local candidates;
      2. Ban contributions by government contractors to the politicians who control contracts awarded to them;
      3. Ban automatic deductions by corporations, unions, and government of employees’ wages to be used for politics;
      4. Make all employee political contributions by any other means strictly voluntary.

      This language is clear and I support this proposition. We want to Restore California Greatness, we need leaders in office who are not relying upon special interest to get elected.

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