Dark Money Part 1: The Rise of Super PACs

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The rise of super PACs and “dark money” organizations is undermining the democratic power of you, the average American voter.

It all started in 2010 with a landmark court decision that changed the rules of American politics forever.

Now, big money can have limitless influence on election cycles. It can buy advertisements, flyers, mailers, and even media time for its “chosen” few. Wealthy individuals who want special favors can now donate vast sums of money to their favorite politicians.

In the following video, we uncover exactly how wealthy donors have hijacked American politics. Our “dark money” exposé begins with the rise of super PACs:

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