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Should anonymous contributions from corporations and individuals to super PACS be limited?

  • Yes they should.

    Anonymous contributions from corporations and individuals to super PACS should be limited. This will prevent politicians from getting an unfair amount of contributions to their campaigns so that they can just overpower their opponents and win the election. This could cause the wrong person to be elected just because of money.

  • Yes, we need to curtail the influence of the wealthy.

    We know that the whole political system is now a travesty of freedom for the most part. One of the biggest problems is the extensive influence of the wealthy, whether these be individuals or the corporations they found. So anonymous contributions to super PACS do very much need to be limited.

  • Anonymous contributions from corporations and individuals to super PACS should be limited.

    Political Action Committees should not be able to collect unlimited funds. Too much money is spent on campaigns and the country is in desperate need of campaign finance reform. The money spent on campaigns should instead go to fix the country problems, like education or health care. PACs should not be legal.

  • No, it should not be regulated.

    No, anonymous contributions from corporations and individuals to super PACS should not be limited, because people should just be allowed to give as much to candidates as they want to. There is no fair way to police political contributions. It is also shown that fund raising alone does not decide elections. People should be allowed to give if they desire.

  • It Should Be Eliiminated Period

    I guess limiting contributions by corporations to Super PACS is better than nothing. I personally think, if we are going to have the Citizens United being legal, then the contributions by corporations should be made public. No matter what the amount. The Majority of people would like to see money get out of politics period.


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