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11/03/2014 02:07 pm ET Updated Jan 03, 2015

The Unbelievably Easy 2014 Midterm Election Voters Guide -- Money in Politics

The Unbelievably Easy 2014 Midterm Election Voters Guide
Issue #1: Money and Politics

With Jesse Gordon, Editor-in-Chief, On The Issues and
Steve Hilton, Co-Founder of crowdpac

Of course you should go and research the websites of every candidate running, for every office in this election.

But you won't. And that's understandable. You have a life.

And you'll probably be one of the over 130 MILLION eligible Americans who won't even vote on November 4.

But that's not so understandable. Why?

Because voting is so incredibly easy these days. The Republican and Democratic parties are SO far apart, on almost EVERY issue, it will take you less than one minute to know who to vote for!

Bottom Line:
A STRONG majority of Democratic candidates are AGAINST "Citizens United", FOR Disclosure and FOR Getting Money Out of Politics and a UNANIMOUS majority of Republican candidates are FOR "Citizens United" AGAINST Disclosure and AGAINST Getting Money Out of Politics .

Do You Care About Getting Money Out of Politics?

If you:
*Believe corporate donations to political candidates should be limited
*Want to get rid of "Citizens United"
*Don't believe that corporations should be "people"
*Want wealthy individuals and corporations to disclose their donations
Vote for The Democrat running for Governor, US Senator, Congressperson and State Legislator

If you:
*Believe that donating money is a 1st Amendment right
*Like "Citizens United"
*Believe that corporations are "people" and have that same 1st Amendment right
*Don't want individuals or corporations to have to disclose their donations
Vote for The Republican running for Governor, US Senator, Congressperson and State Legislator

To verify for yourself and for more information, see:
Every candidate's position on Money in Politics at http://www.ontheissues.org/HuffPo_Q3.htm
Also see: www.crowdpac.com, www.commonsenseaction.org, www.IStandWith.com