Blair Horner, Executive Director of New York Public Interest Research Group, urged Albany to look to New York City as a model for meaningful campaign finance reform that features, at its core, a voluntary system of small donor match public financing. Doing so, Horner wrote, “would dramatically improve our campaign finance system and send a powerful signal to the nation that . . . state governments can act to establish better ways to run for office.”
Date: December 24, 2018
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