Sydney Wilson

9 months ago
Rich donors who have the means to contribute high amounts of money to the campaign of their choice, are generally then, putting themselves in a position of power. The campaign often feels obligated then, to support the wishes of the rich when they get into office. The middle class citizens who are financially unable to make large contributions to the campaign of their choice are not as well represented in their wishes as the rich. See more
Rich donors who have the means to contribute high amounts of money to the campaign of their choice, are generally then, putting themselves in a position of power. The campaign often feels obligated then, to support the wishes of the rich when they get into office. The middle class citizens who are financially unable to make large contributions to the campaign of their choice are not as well represented in their wishes as the rich. See more
It seems like a weird solution because it is pretty much like the government is funding the campaigns and not the people. They are just letting the people make the choice of who the money goes to. See more

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9 months ago
It seems like a weird solution because it is pretty much like the government is funding the campaigns and not the people. They are just letting the people make the choice of who the money goes to. See more

Sydney hasn't commented yet.

9 months ago
Rich donors who have the means to contribute high amounts of money to the campaign of their choice, are generally then, putting themselves in a position of power. The campaign often feels obligated then, to support the wishes of the rich when they get into office. The middle class citizens who are financially unable to make large contributions to the campaign of their choice are not as well represented in their wishes as the rich. See more
Rich donors who have the means to contribute high amounts of money to the campaign of their choice, are generally then, putting themselves in a position of power. The campaign often feels obligated then, to support the wishes of the rich when they get into office. The middle class citizens who are financially unable to make large contributions to the campaign of their choice are not as well represented in their wishes as the rich. See more

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