Money in Politics

Leadership PACs

Created as a way for lawmakers to raise extra money to give away to fellow politicians, leadership PACs open the door to corruption in two ways: Their funding often comes from special interest groups with business before Congress, and some politicians use them to fund lavish lifestyles, often under the guise of fundraising. This is why liberals and conservatives alike have criticized leadership PACs as “slush funds.”

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