Terry Goddard pushes transparency from campaigns accepting ‘dark money’
Dec. 5, 2017
Former state attorney general and two-time Democratic nominee for Governor Terry Goddard wants to take anonymous contributions out of Arizona political campaigns.
The “Stop Political Dirty Money Amendment” is a ballot initiative proposed to be part of the 2018 elections. Goddard heads the initiative and believes such a law will bring much-needed transparency to the election process.
If passed, the amendment would require the source of any political contribution of more than $2,500 to be made public information, once the campaign the contribution was made to spends more than $10,000 within a two-year period.