Ahead of 2018 midterms, many progressive candidates are choosing to pledge not to take corporate PAC money. They are doing this to prove to their constituents that they will support the interests of the people they represent, and not the interests of massive corporations. This pledge may win the support of some voters, but it will lose the candidate at least tens of thousands of dollars. Is making this pledge worth it for a candidate, and how do you think this move will impact the culture of money in politics?
Sep 1, 2018
We can say that it is called political finance instead of money in politics. Its purpose is mainly used in political affairs and to raise up promoting a party or an individual. It is all about political contest like citizen voting process, election campaigns and other similar events of politics. It is mainly caused by : election campaigns by a party or an individual that run by candidates or interest groups, nomination or re-selection of parliamentary members, conducting the awareness program that is related with political and citizens' rights to vote and participate in politics. The political finance is supported or sponsored by someone or interest groups, annual party members fees, government funds and other business funds. Thanks, Kelly