Washington, DC—Public Campaign Action Fund and Friends of Democracy released a briefing book today for Congressional candidates, giving them the tools necessary to run for office on a platform of creating a democracy that works for everyday people.
Poll after poll shows voters are fed up with Washington and want major changes to the way our elections work. This briefing book, available online at campaignmoney.org/briefingbook, provides suggestions on policy solutions, tips for reaching voters on money in politics, messaging, campaign finance facts, and suggested responses for dealing with money in politics issues that could come up in a campaign.
“Americans want their elected officials to tell them exactly how they plan to make our government of, by and for the people—not bought and paid for by special interests,” said David Donnelly, executive director of Public Campaign Action Fund. “There are real opportunities for candidates on both sides of the aisle to lead on this issue and we’ve provided the resources necessary to do just that.”
Public Campaign Action Fund works to raise the voices of everyday people in our political process and holds politicians who are against comprehensive campaign finance reform accountable for where they get their political donations.
Friends of Democracy seeks to build the political power necessary to force meaningful change in the way money flows in and around politics and the influence it wields.