10/28/14 Election Day 2014
Most people welcome next weekâ€™s election if â€“ for no other reason â€“ it allows them to say good-bye to the political campaign season.
It appears the majority of Americans find the entire political process annoying â€“ even distasteful.
The following is an example of what turns off people.
A Super PAC funded by millionaires to oppose Super PACs funded by millionaires.
The Mayday PAC is whatâ€™s referred to as a Super PAC â€“ a political action committee that may raise unlimited amounts of money from donors including individuals, unions, associations and corporations. Super PACs are not permitted to donate money directly to a candidate.
The Mayday PAC raised more than $10 million from donors â€“ including millionaires â€“ since it was formed last May. Thatâ€™s about $2 million per month.
Scour the Mayday PACâ€™s donor list. Thereâ€™s a link on our website. Some of the biggest donors are the wealthy elite who gave millions of dollars to political groups during the 2012 election cycle.
So letâ€™s recap. The Ã¼ber wealthy who donate millions of dollars to political groups to influence election outcomes support a Super PAC that raises millions of dollars to oppose Super PACs that raise millions of dollars intended to influence election outcomes.
Next week canâ€™t come fast enough.