Hilary Clinton Finance Reform
September 09, 2015, 2:00am


Yesterday, Hillary announced a set of aggressive finance reform proposals to restore a government of, by, and for the people, not just the wealthy and well-connected.

Hillary’s campaign finance proposals include:

•Overturning Citizens United by appointing Supreme Court Justices who value the right to vote over the right of billionaires to buy elections, and by pushing for a Constitutional amendment to allow common sense rules to protect against undue influence from special interests and restore the role of average voters in elections.
•Ending Secret, Unaccountable Money in Politics by pushing for legislation to require public disclosure of significant political spending, and, until Congress acts, promoting SEC rulemaking requiring publicly traded companies to disclose all political spending to their shareholders and signing an Executive Order requiring federal government contractors to fully disclose all political spending.
•Amplifying the Voices of Everyday Americans by establishing a small donor matching system for presidential and congressional candidates that will incentivize small donors to participate in elections and candidates to spend more time engaging a broad, representative cross-section of constituents.

Please feel free to view and share the following new video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oABt-UqdUDw) highlighting the problems that have arisen in the wake of the Citizens United decision, and bringing to the forefront the campaign finance challenges that Hillary Clinton is working to solve.