Q: Political Action Committee?
Q: Political Party?
Q: Should candidates for state office be encouraged to meet voluntary spending limits??
Q: Do you support requiring full and timely disclosure of campaign finance information??
A: Yes. Regarding campaign-finance restrictions, if there is too much money in politics, it's because there is too much money being parceled out by government, creating the incentive for the lobbying/rent-seeking that produces such campaign-finance largesse. The solution is not limited campaign finance but LIMITED GOVERNMENT.
MILLER: We need to get rid of several things. 1) We need to get rid of the special interest projects, the so-called pork barrel. I would vote against every one of them. I would make an alliance with Republicans to do that, people like John McCain. 2) I would prohibit any gifts to Congressmen or Senators. George Allen makes $165,000 a year. He doesnít need someone to buy him lunch. 3) I would try to get public funding for TV campaigns. Jim and I are out raising money all the time so we can pay for TV time, I think thatís one part of politics we donít like. I think all other countries allow their candidates some free TV air time to get their views out there. We need to bring that to this country too.
|2016 Presidential contenders on Government Reform:|
Mayor Rahm Emanuel(IL)
2016 Third Party Candidates:
Mayor Michael Bloomberg(I-NYC)
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