Subject: File No. 4-637

September 30, 2015

Securities and Exchange Commission

Dear Securities and Exchange Commission,

If you wish to be viewed as a non-corrupt organization, you will move on this forthwith.  We are not kidding about exposing corporate and lobbyist contributions to select parties/legislation/politicians.
You've failed miserably with Wall Street; atone yourselves by unmasking their special interest supporters.


I am writing to urge you to return rule #4-637 to your agenda this year for swift enactment.

This rule, requiring public companies to disclose political spending and funding of trade and business associations, is essential to making our policy processes more transparent and holding corporations accountable for their political influence.

With no requirement for corporations to disclose political donations or funding of organizations, the public is left in the dark about how companies are using their money to hinder policies that are in the public interest.

This proposed rule has received more than one million comments of support--more than any other SEC rule. And 81 percent of Americans believe that corporations should only spend money on political campaigns if they disclose that spending publicly. Commissioners should not ignore this overwhelming public support and cave to pressure from business interest groups who want to continue to operate in secret.

Please enact rule #4-637.


Janice Nelson