The Inquirer: DNC Host Committee Goes to Court to Keep its Fund-raising Under Wraps


On Thursday, one of those groups, the Washington-based Campaign Legal Center, released a report - "Funding the Presidential Nominating Conventions: How a Trickle of Private Money Turned Into a Flood" - that criticizes the rising use of corporate money to fund political conventions.

"In order to restore the public's confidence in our democracy and political process, the FEC should close the loopholes that have allowed corporate money to dominate both parties' conventions and Congress should reestablish a robust public financing system," the report concludes.

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