I've set a goal: to finish this series by the end of the day. This is called cramming. Don't do it.
- Longtime advocate of campaign-finance reform
- Expected to use public financing in the general election
- Thinks that ethics reform starts with ban on earmarks
- Accepts lobbyist and PAC campaign contributions
- Supports expanding public financing and applying it to Congressional races
- Declined public financing for general election
- Sponsored reform to make lobbying and earmarks transparent
- Refuses lobbyist and PAC campaign contributions
Point to...McCain?!? Believe it or not, I support lobbyists and PACs. Yes, they have a lot of power, and that's democracy in action. You don't have to be a corporation or a bank to go to Washington with a cause.