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Arizona Supreme Court Drops Gavel on Dark Money

Arizona Supreme Court Drops Gavel on Dark Money
Arizona Supreme Court Drops Gavel on Dark Money

Arizona Supreme Court Drops Gavel on Dark Money

Democrats, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, have been complaining for a long time about dark money. They try to stir up anxiety about our elections by claiming that many contributors to campaigns do not reveal their identities.

However, these Democrats have never taken any action to alter the existing structure. The primary reason being… that they stand to gain from it.
However, at least one state supreme court has recently dealt a blow to the issue of dark money. The Supreme Court of Arizona has accomplished something that many Democrats have promised to achieve but have never bothered to attempt.

The court made the decision that a bill that will put an end to dark money can be placed on the ballot for the state in November. The Voters’ Right to Know Act will make it mandatory for state and municipal campaigns to make public the names of anyone who contributes $5,000 or more to the campaign. This is a significant step forward in the fight against “dark money,” as it will make it impossible for major donors to conceal their identities.

The objective is to make sure that people are aware of who is financially supporting political candidates. If voters learned that Planned Parenthood was sponsoring a candidate’s campaign, it’s possible that they would be less enthusiastic about voting for that candidate.

Or George Soros. or any other group (or individual) that promotes a left-wing agenda. This judgment allows voters the right to decide, which is a crucial aspect to note about the decision. The decision is being made in the name of the American people by the court. Instead, the citizens of Arizona will have the authority to decide the course of action for this state policy. And isn’t that the goal of democracy in the first place?

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