Jan 25, 2016

Petition · Presidential Candidates: No Super PAC Money in Iowa · Change.org

Because of Iowa’s importance in the 2016 presidential election, record amounts of money is being poured into our state. Billionaires who have never set foot in Iowa are drowning out the voices of our citizens, clogging our airwaves with attack ads and pushing outside interests that are contrary to the Iowa way of life. This big money is hurting our democracy, and many Iowans have stopped trying...

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