We need your help with the cost of the ongoing litigation to restore clean money campaigns through Public Financing.
No one will be able to use public financing again until we win this fight.
Despite a clear law about the use of public financing during a campaign, and a federal ruling that supports the obvious reading of that law, the Vermont Attorney General continues his baseless case, claiming that during his 2014 campaign for Lt. Governor, an email supporting him from the Democratic party chair warrants a $72,000 fine.
Public Financing of campaigns is the cure for elections run by and for the 1%
The good news is that with Bernie Sanders’ campaign showing that small money campaigns can work, the VT legislature’s support for the public alternative to Big Money is stronger than ever.
The bad news is that mounting legal fees continue to impact Corren’s family finances for over two years. While we certainly expect to win, and restore the viability of public financing, it has cost us over $23,000 so far (ironically, more than it takes to qualify for Public Financing), and it is expected to cost at least $25,000 in total.
We’re halfway there!
You can contribute to this effort in 3 ways:
directly from your credit card or checking account for free via Corren’s PayPal donation site.
2. By Check
please make checks out to “Dean Corren,” with “Public Finance” in the memo and mail to: Dean Corren, 92 Brookes Ave. Burlington, VT 05401.
3. Contribute to the Clean Elections Project of the Peace & Justice Center
CEP is an allied group of the Peace & Justice Center, with the mission to litigate and educate in promotion of Public Finance of campaigns. It is a tax-exempt (501c3) organization and contributions are tax-deductible. Make checks to:
Peace & Justice Center Clean Elections Project 60 Lake St. Suite 1C Burlington, VT 05401