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@B4L3C88Republican from Texas answered…2 days

Yes, as long as the donations are part of the public record.

@9RL56PQDemocrat from Washington answered…1yr

As we move into the future, the 2 major political parties in the US have become increasingly more extremist and further divided; leaving many Americans left to support the "lesser of 2 evils". In order to evolve the political landscape and insure that our political system doesn't become a slave to corporate interest, funding should be capped, and limited to public funding only. A tax incentive can be given to every legally registered voter that will allow every individual the ability to fund the party of their choice.

@9H5GJLMConstitution from Tennessee answered…2yrs

Yes, but make all members wear Nascar style jackets that display their funding.

@B3H69NGWomen’s Equalityfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…2mos

Yes, however, companies that have recently committed or are suspected of committing an immoral act are an exception.

@9XG5NWNLibertarian from Illinois answered…9mos

Only public unions should not be able to contribute to political candidates. That is crony capitalism

@9X55NC2Social Democratic Partyfrom Pennsylvania  answered…9mos

@9X3D69PIndependent from Florida answered…9mos

@9X39Q9TConstitution from Minnesota answered…9mos

@9X39KLRRepublican from North Carolina answered…9mos

yes but only if completely transparent / publicly available to access - let voters decide if it matters to them

@9WXVRLPLibertarian from New York answered…9mos

Corporations and NPOs should be allowed however Unions should not.

@9WTY4KBDemocrat from Oklahoma answered…9mos

Yes, but all donations will be public record including any relationships or connections that any candidate has with current or former members of any kind.

@9WKT35PLibertarian from Virginia answered…10mos

@9WHRMYZWomen’s Equality from New York answered…10mos

Yes, but limit the amount they can donate and allow them to publicly fund elections.

@Carson-FergusonLibertarian from New York answered…1yr

Yes, but with caps on max donations and make it publicly available information

@9VD3NGGVeteran from Texas answered…1yr

No, but allow a fixed dollar amount of donations from Unions and Non-Profits.

@9V5ZDSMTranshumanist from Texas answered…1yr

@ronnyrobergeDemocrat from Maine answered…1yr

Only corporations and non-profit organizations should be allowed to donate, but not unions

@9V296L4Women’s Equality from Michigan answered…1yr

@9SVX4MFRepublican from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes, but public unions running on taxpayer money should not be able to buy our elections against a certain group of taxpaying voters and neither should multinational corporations buy them.

@9SV5QYNDemocrat from Oregon answered…1yr

Our system of lobbying is extremely broken paying someone to vote in your favor is bribery. I feel unions are lumped in there without thought as to what they actually do for workers. Fight for good pay and benefits. Businesses are lobbying to hurt the workers and nonprofits are tied to special interest.

@9SRKSVDLibertarian from Minnesota answered…1yr

No for corporations and unions but yes for some non-profits. Political parties are non-profits, as are PACs.

@9SMLTVRVeteran from Oregon answered…1yr

@9S37G3MRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

@9R9YYCGDemocrat from Georgia answered…1yr

@9R3J5BVTranshumanist from Washington answered…1yr

yes, but it must be known the donation does not represent the whole organization just the few at the top

@9R2K2GKPeace and Freedom from California answered…1yr

@Brandon-RosalesLibertarian from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

@dchhunTranshumanist from Texas answered…2yrs

@9QP63KJGreen from Georgia answered…2yrs

Yes, but only unions and non-profit organizations, and it has to be public.

@9QDD7W6Transhumanist from New York answered…2yrs

Limit the donations and make them known to the public, as well as pushing public funding

@9Q4P9KCWomen’s Equality from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

@9Q3XNWBTranshumanist from Georgia answered…2yrs

@EinsteinviWorking Family from Texas answered…2yrs

I think if a candidate passes various democratic tests, there should be funding available for these candidates in the form of subsidies from companies. For instance a minimum dollar/time for all for: airline credit for travel; advertising (and only factual content not harping on others); marketing spend; food; postage; etc. During each race, each candidate will receive points based on morale; alignment with issues among citizens; consistency between work done and promises; morality; decency; transparency; etc.

@9PBKDC6Women’s Equality from Missouri answered…2yrs

yes, as long as it is their money, not other donations, and it does not take away from their cause

@9PC8GY9Peace and Freedom from Oregon answered…2yrs

Yes, but they should be subject of the same limitations as private donors. Additionally if someone is found to be in ownership or management of said corporation, union, and/or non-profit they should not be allowed to make a private donation (don't allow double dipping).

@9NZ4SWBVeteran from Kansas answered…2yrs

No, if a company owner wants to donate they can use their personal funds, not company funds. Unions serve many people of varying political affiliation and should not use funds for politics, same for non-profits.

@9NSYY6RConstitution from Missouri answered…2yrs

Yes, but only to candidates that would represent the area where they have a physical presence (property, building, offices, ext.)

@9N9X94FLibertarian from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, but the money must be traceable and completely public knowledge.

@9N9JC5WRepublican from Louisiana answered…2yrs

Yes, but with full public disclosure, allowing constituent members to opt out


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