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I think there should be public funding; the challenge is how to best determine who should receive such support.
I believe better choices, better candidates will prevail with broader participation.
absolutely in favor - certainly party affiliation should never be used as a criterion; race is a sort of proxy in many cases, so it should not be used; this part is tricky because of the long history of discrimination
It is outrageous that my friends from overseas cannot support me while outside groups can get money from any source whatsoever with no accountability -
constitutional amendments are hard - I would also support any other efforts to reverse this decision
The two biggest threats to our democracy's proper function are gerrymandering and excess especially hidden money