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Should soft money donations be banned?

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“No, because to me it’s more of a grass-roots thing and it can be effective at a national level.”

“Yes, because I think soft money has more of a chance to be corruptible and I’d like to make sure things are on the up and up for each candidate.”

“I don’t think so, because I believe that people should make their own choices and if they choose to give it to a group before they give it to a politician, that’s their choice.”

“I don’t know if it should be banned or regulated more, but something should be done.”

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