Money in Politics

Money in Politics

Support campaign finance/MIP regulations that enhances political equality for all citizens, ensures transparency, protects representative democracy from distortion by undisclosed contributions and big money, and combats corruption and undue influenced in government. Support campaign spending that is restricted but not banned. Supports public financing, full disclosure, abolishing SuperPACs, and creating an effective enforcement agency.

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Public Campaign Financing Commission Ruled Unconstitutional

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Blog Post

Blog Post Date - 03/23/2020

Have you gone online to complete the Census? 

  • It's important.
  • It took Riley and me me less than 10 minutes. 


Advocacy 101 Workshop: Educate, Advocate, Impact! Event Image
Event Date: 
Feb 26 2020 - 9:30am to 12:00pm
Event location: 

Connecticut Capitol

Educate + Advocate + Impact is a *FREE WORKSHOP* designed for League members and others who wish to learn more about the legislative process, LWVCT legislative priorities, and members' potential role as a subject specialist or advocate on issues.

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Event Date: 
Jun 15 2020 - 7:00pm
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League members, guests and members of the public are invited to a ZOOM event to participate in a living room conversation on Money in Politics. This is part of a national program entitled "Living Room Conversations."


The League supports an open government that is representative, accountable, and responsive to all citizens.

Overview of Presentation on Campaign Finance Reform

Plugging Leaks in the Dam: The Future [and Past] of Campaign Finance Reform and the Effects of Money in Federal Elections


Support of sound fiscal policies and practices for the City of Oxford.
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Event Date: 
Aug 23 2019 - 7:00pm
Event location: 

Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva

One of the greatest threats to American democracy is the influence of untraceable corporate money on our elections and elected officials. This Sundance award-winner is directed/produced by Kimberly Reed.

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Action Alerts

**Updated 5/13/2019** Contact your Senators today to support S. 949, the For the People Act, and call for a hearing.