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Campaigns Should Be Powered by People, Not Big Money: Guest Viewpoint

Janet Domenitz
Jamie Neikrie
The Republican

An analysis of competitive House races in the 2014 midterms by MASSPIRG and the think tank Demos confirmed that such a program could fundamentally change the balance of power in Congressional elections. The study found that, between the top two vote-getters in the 25 most competitive districts, only 14% of the donations secured were less than $200. Meanwhile, the analysis looked at grassroots-backed candidates of both parties and found that a small donor match would have substantially limited, or even flipped, the money advantage in their races.

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