I may be poor, but even I can feel confident telling big donors that throwing money into our electoral process isn’t going to garner the political version of a great return on their investment.
As long as I know there are children going to bed hungry, I will always speak up on their behalf. It’s the right thing to do.
Is Question 1 on the Nov. 3 ballot a trick or a treat?
Is the Question 1 campaign a good use of $1.3 million in just three months? This poor single mom says: unequivocally, no.
As much merit as there is behind the idea of citizens demanding campaign finance reform, the energy should be directed toward asking our elected officials to do their jobs.