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@96JJRBTfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, and they should not be able to receive any money from donors.

@965GMBKfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@heatherdvdprince… answered…5mos

No, if an organization is given a lot of money for political opinions, it is like a vote and should be allowed to use it to fund political change.

@6TS33SC from Utah answered…5mos

No, but instead make all donation numbers anonymous to preserve nuetrality.

@93HQV8K from Utah answered…5mos

No, but all campaigns should be limited to a total amount of funding they can accept there is a fair and even playing field for all candidates.

@93DS58S from Texas answered…6mos

No, individual donors should be allowed to contribute as much as they want to candidates. But Corporate donations should be prohibited.

@8TMFV7P from Georgia answered…6mos

@92YTHN6 from New York answered…7mos

Yes but then they could get multiple people to donate to them all with private funding

@heatherdvdprince… answered…9mos

No, if an organization is given a lot of money for political opinions, it is like a vote and should be allowed to be used it to fund political change.

@8Y85WN9from Alberta  answered…11mos

@89CDM9C from Kansas answered…1yr

No, but a donor should be one individual person, not a corporation, union, or any other group. Political campaigns should also be tax exempt non-profits (repeal the Johnson Act).

@8VR933Sfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VJ7MXZfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

No, but make it so that donors don't have a say in the politicians platform

@8VH22SVfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Businesses and corporations should not be allowed to donate to political parties. Individuals should be allowed to donate but they should be given a cap on the amount.

@8VD5KLPLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

There should be a limit to how much a candidate is able to receive.

@8VCGSHWfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Yes, And 100% of all Donations should be publicly known of what party received how much and from what company.

@842VWLK from Wisconsin answered…1yr

yes, but do slightly increase the amount someone can donate so that it can be a bit more competitive.

 @8TXVXMLfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8TX932Sfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@8M94PFW from Florida answered…1yr

@8TF44GJ from Washington answered…1yr

Yes, end all corporate lobbying, but publicly funded elections are fine.

@8SXSTLG from Oregon answered…2yrs

@8SF7HN3from Quebec  answered…2yrs

No, as long as all donations are public knowledge and the donors investigated if the donation exceeded a certain limit

@8RVZKZNLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

I don't think it matters on the amount of money a candidate receives from a donor. That is, I believe, the donors' decision.

@8R4DMBRConservativefrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

Yes, but the current limits are far too low and are not a good balance between having elections that are not bought and free speech.

@8QZJMDF answered…2yrs

No, nothing can stop this, you're just making it less transparent

@8QTW592New Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

People should be able to give as much money as they want but there are people that almost never receive any money so maybe there is a point when the money needs to be split with another candidate once it reaches a certain amount of money

@8QPW6L2 from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@8QP6S2Cfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@8QLVLSVfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

There should be a hard cap. We should not be electing people based on how much money they can raise.

@8PXJBZS from Georgia answered…2yrs

Yes - AND the donor should be a registered voter living in an area represented by the candidate.

@8PQPWS7 from Texas answered…2yrs

Private donors: no, as long as it's made public Corporate entities and the elite should not be able to fund a candidate.

@8PNYNQQLiberalfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Yes,because trying to be the president should be done out of patriotism and no other reasons.

 @buday4vancouverLibertarian from Washington answered…2yrs

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