Out-of-State Money Is Trying to Sway Your Vote, Washington State

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So is Beto going to give back all that out of state money that's flooded his campaign down in Texas?

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Isn't the largest contributor in support of I-1631 the Nature Conservancy, which is incorporated in the District of Columbia?

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Sucks when facts fuck up your side and you get called out.

You seem to have repeated trouble dealing with that in your posts.

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@3, tsk tsk tsk..let's not ask about the money going into those things we like. That's called "freedom"

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"Equally, Yes on 1634, the initiative that’s trying to preemptively block any type of grocery tax has reached $20 million in contributions."
Not contributions, Taxes!

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@5
And you seem to have repeated trouble with logical fallacies

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@7:

And how, pray tell, did you come to that conclusion? If the companies are from out-of-state and paying for advertising, mailers, phone-banking, and what-not, how precisely does their completely voluntary donation to the campaign constitute, in any way, shape, or form a "tax"? Did the state force them to pay this money to a non-profit political organization? If so, how was this accomplished? I'm sure other PAC's would LOVE to know the secret you've apparently discovered single-handedly. Do share, please.

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@8, My bad!

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@8 spunkbutter: He's got a used puck bag for a brain.

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Should be illegal: just like all other lobbying/bribery . . . . --- littlesis.org & theyrule.net & whereisthemoney.org .