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Mike Miles on Government Reform


Work for a more transparent government

I will disclose weekly the lobbyists, organizations, or persons with whom I or members of my staff have held a meeting related to any legislation or public policy. I will publish weekly my voting record on my web site. I will make available to the public my daily schedule from the previous week, including the time spent fundraising. I will exceed minimum standards established by the FEC and fully disclose every campaign contribution, gift, and honorarium.
Source: Campaign website, MikeMiles4Senate.com Jun 30, 2004

More transparency in government and voting records

We are losing our democracy by yards. This administration has been one of the most secretive, and its "behind closed doors" policy-making has led to abuses of power. It is not consistent with democracy to make secret deals with energy companies and to keep that information hidden from the public. I will work to protect our democracy and work for a more transparent government. I will:
Source: Campaign website, mikemiles4senate.com, "Issues & Positions" Jun 15, 2004

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