In a year of divisive rhetoric, the Patriotic Millionaires are working to find bipartisan solutions that benefit ALL Americans. And the country is taking note - USA Today ran this feature article about our efforts.
Yesterday, at Cleveland Public Square just outside the Republican National Convention, Chair of the Patriotic Millionaires Morris Pearl joined by Republican political strategist John Pudner of Take Back Our Republic to discuss campaign finance reform.
“Some wealthy people are using their wealth to get more political power and using their political power to get more wealth,” said Morris.
The two men took to a makeshift stage to argue it is an issue for all Americans that the nation’s wealthy elite have too much power in elections. Republicans, Democrats, and Independents are all worried their votes do not hold the same weight as special interest groups, lobbyists, and corporations with large donations.
Morris and John took a critical step yesterday starting the conversation about the need for campaign finance reform. Read about their concerns and ideas in this USA Today piece and then share with your friends and family. Keep the conversation going - engage in your community.
Together, our pressure on both sides of the political spectrum will change the status quo. Together, the Patriotic Millionaires know we can make a difference.