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@5244PLPfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

@96BHBSGfrom Manitoba  answered…2mos

@95DH7PGfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

No, only individuals with a certain maximum amount that they can donate.

@Liam_Hetland from Texas answered…4mos

@93YSF72from Ontario  answered…4mos

Long as its relevant to what they're fighting for. Ban forgein lobbying. Make sure all lobbying is also public

@6TS33SC from Utah answered…5mos

Yes, as long as donation amounts are made anonymous to preserve nuetrality.

 @93G2RP7 from Wisconsin answered…5mos

Yes, but make candidates announce which corporations donate to them on their commercials

@8TMFV7P from Georgia answered…6mos

Yes; allow donations from unions, but limit the amount they can donate, and political campaigns should be publicly funded

@92YHQCV from California answered…6mos

No, because these types of donations just turn into bribes from corporations, but allow donations from unions and non-profits, since (I think) they don't have a record of bribing political parties

@936PM7Ffrom Alberta  answered…6mos

@9334YP3 answered…7mos

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Yes, but with the exception of companies that have recently committed or suspected of being immoral.

 Deleted answered…7mos

Yes, but with the exception of companies that have recently committed or are suspected of being immoral.

 Deleted answered…8mos

Yes, but excludes companies currently engaged in immoral practices or in controversy about it.

@8WBRJ9L from Florida answered…9mos

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Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be disclosed to ensure these donations are not used as bribes. Also, we should limit the amount of donations to any political party that can receive, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate.

@8ZPF6S8from Ontario  answered…9mos

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Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be disclosed to ensure these donations are not used as for bribing politicians. Also, we should limit the amount of donations to any political party that can receive, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate.

 Deleted answered…9mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be disclosed to promote transparency, and to ensure that these donations are not used as bribes. Also, limit the amount of donations that any political party can receive, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate.

@8Z9RJMXfrom British Columbia  answered…9mos

Yes, as long as the donations are public knowledge and cannot be submitted as tax deductions

 Deleted answered…10mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be disclosed to promote transparency, and to ensure that these donations are not bribes. Also, limit the amount of donations that any political party can receive, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate.

 Deleted answered…10mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be disclosed to promote transparency, and to ensure that these donations cannot turn into bribes. Also, limit the amount of donations that any political party can receive, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate.

 Deleted answered…10mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be disclosed to promote transparency and to ensure that these donations cannot turn into bribes. Also, limit the amount of donations that a political party can receive, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be publicly disclosed to ensure that these donations cannot turn into bribes. Limit the amount a political party can receive, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be publicly disclosed. Limit the amount a political party can receive, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate, so that these donations cannot turn into bribes.

@8Y2SW4M from Minnesota answered…12mos

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Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and it should be publicly disclosed. We should limit the amount a political party can receive in total, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate, so that these donations cannot turn into bribes.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge and should be publicly disclosed. We should limit the amount a political party can receive in total, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate, so that donations cannot turn into bribes.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge. We should limit the amount a political party can receive in total, as well as the amount of any corporation/organization they can donate; it also has to be publicly disclosed, and it cannot turn into a bribe. In addition, voters should be free to decide and allow donations that come from individuals as well.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but all donations must be public knowledge. To prevent corruption, we should limit the amount a political party can receive in total, as well as the amount of any group they can donate to; it also has to be publicly disclosed, and it cannot turn into a bribe. In addition, voters should be free to decide and allow donations that come from individuals as well.

 Deleted answered…12mos

Yes, but all the donations must be public knowledge; limit the amount a political party can receive in total, and limit the amount a single corporation can donate; it also has to be publicly disclosed, and it cannot turn into a bribe. In addition, allow donations that come from individuals and allow them to publicly fund elections as well.

@8XSK52Bfrom Ontario  answered…12mos

only non-profits should be allowed to donate to political parties.

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