Molly Kelly on Government Reform
Wants real campaign finance reform; no corporate donations
I'm proud to be the only candidate for governor who has refused to accept corporate contributions. In addition to getting dark money out of our politics, we must also modernize campaign finance laws to make them uniform for all candidates.
I will work to: Close the LLC loophole that allows the same person to give contributions through multiple entities; Clarify the law on funding limits; Bring greater transparency to campaign funding; and end partisan gerrymandering.
Source: 2018 New Hampshire Governor campaign website MollyKelly.com
, Oct 9, 2018
End voter suppression; end corporate campaign contributions
Molly Kelly and Steve Marchand equally knock Sununu for signing into law two voter eligibility bills that they describe as "voter suppression" measures. But they disagree on how to reform campaign finance laws.
"I am the only candidate certainly in
this race, and I suspect in a generation, who believes the only way you're going to get campaign finance reform is through public funding of elections," Marchand's said. And he claimed that when he released his plan this spring, "Molly and her
campaign, she criticized me harder than Chris Sununu."
Kelly's said she doesn't believe Granite Staters should pay for political campaigns and TV ads.
But her campaign's said she would work as governor to end corporate contributions to political campaigns and strengthen campaign finance laws.
Source: Concord Monitor on 2018 New Hampshire Gubernatorial race
, Sep 3, 2018
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