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@98YL2YQ from Ohio answered…23hrs

Yes, but it has to be made public these organizations are donating to political parties

@98XT2ML from North Carolina answered…2 days

Yes with a limit because the benefits would be too easy and it can be a bribe.

@98X6W5M from New York answered…3 days

No, but non-profits should be allowed to donate. Reducing donations like these will make campaigns more equitable.

@regularjake55 from Minnesota answered…5 days

@98W7CKQ from New York answered…7 days

Politicians should be blind to their donors so as to not be bought out

@98VZGKQ from Indiana answered…7 days

No, allow Unions and non-profits, and make sure that the knowledge is public.

@98V68Y7Democrat from New York answered…1wk

@98TRVV9 from Illinois answered…1wk

@98TMB4M from Washington answered…1wk

Yes, but they must accurately report their donations or risk penalty.

@98T647H from Michigan answered…1wk

@98QFR9B from New York answered…2wks

Yes and there be no limit to it as this a right of the 1st amendment

@98Q4GGL from North Carolina answered…2wks

Yes if the entire Corporation, union, or non profit unanimously agree to the contribution.

@98KK32S from Arkansas answered…4wks

@98HQSYFfrom New York  answered…1mo

Yes, but they must be required to release a public statement listing all the political candidates that they have donated to.

@98FNKJ7 from Florida answered…1mo

Yes, but limit the allowable amounts and make all donations visible via an easily searchable public database.

@6HQ4HQ5Republican from Florida answered…2mos

Yes. To ban this would restrict freedom of speech, and violate the first amendment. However, this should be disclosed.

@98DTCMDfrom Maine  answered…2mos

@98DS7W8 from Illinois answered…2mos

Yes, but it should be public knowledge. To limit this would be taking from freedom of speech.

@98D7DRZ from Idaho answered…2mos

@98CJGY5 from Ohio answered…2mos

@98BXP5VLibertarian from Arizona answered…2mos

@98B4H8S from Illinois answered…2mos

Yes, but I would give advice to organizations and businesses to not be involved in politics

@989YXVLAmerican Solidarity from Kansas answered…2mos

@988WKTWDemocrat from Illinois answered…2mos

any organization should be allowed to do whatever they want to do because nobody but them runs it and if they want to do that, their shouldn't be on a restriction on it.

@988SMGJfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…2mos

@988RM2W from Montana answered…2mos

No, but individuals within should be able to spend their money as they please.

@987ZDT4 from Kentucky answered…2mos

See answer to: "Should there be a limit to the amount of money a candidate can receive from a donor?"

@986QT5Z from Florida answered…2mos

@9862VJQ from North Dakota answered…2mos

Yes, but any level of funding to a political campaign should be transparently released to the public.

@985GNVT from North Carolina answered…2mos

@985F23V from New York answered…2mos

@984BLKV from Nebraska answered…2mos

@9844ZCZ from Indiana answered…2mos


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