Hillary Loses Missouri At Same Time State Votes To Limit Money In Campaigns
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lost Missouri in the 2016 presidential election by roughly 19 percentage points, at the same time Missouri voters easily passed a measure limiting campaign contributions.
The ballot referendum, Constitutional Amendment 2, was successfully voted for by a nearly 40 percent margin and will substantially limit contributions to candidates, according to state records.
The concurrent voting results from the Missouri electorate are emblematic. Many people were not pleased that Clinton received huge monetary contributions from big corporations and the world’s elite.
Much of the country also criticized her for the legally dubious practices of the Clinton Foundation, a nonprofit corporation.
“When they [the Clinton Foundation] use tax exempt money, you’re not supposed to enrich yourself. It is tax exempt because the money is to be used for something called a ‘charitable purpose,’” philanthropic and charity expert Leslie Lenkowsky previously told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
It was ultimately discovered that the Clinton Foundation ignored virtually all of the “best practices” highly recommended by good governance organizations for public charities.
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