January 31, 2012
Securities and Exchange Commission
We must have campaign finance reforms now and that means the American public has the right to know who is trying to influence or potential leaders. This cushy pandering to work in secret is not in the best interest of Americans.
Right now, Super PACs don't have to disclose their unlimited corporate donations. That means they can keep the public in the dark about who's funding the attack ads that bombard their TV screens daily.
That's why I'm joining with the 14 United States senators who formally asked you to use your regulatory authority to require that corporations disclose their spending in elections.
SEC: Exercise your regulatory authority to require public disclosure of corporate political contributions.