January 13, 2013
Securities and Exchange Comm.
Dear Securities and Exchange Comm.,
I understand the mission of the SEC is to protect shareholder interests. The SEC should assure that shareholders are informed of significant corporate expenditures other than those for normal business activities.
Specifically, I request that spending by publicly held companies for political purposes, as to a political party or candidate, or to a PAC or “Super PAC”, or to any of the entities created to hide the identity of the contributor, be disclosed to their stockholders. This information is necessary for individuals to make an informed decision of where to invest and if officers are spending corporate money consistent with shareholder interests.
I request your approval of such rules.
Robert C. Huber