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Not everyone in Congress supports campaign finance reform. Calling for meaningful reform means putting a target on your own back -- now, special interests and right-wing billionaires know exactly who to come after.

Help fight back against what’s sure to be an onslaught of money in the 2014 election. If you can chip in even $5 today, you’ll be making a powerful statement in favor of campaign finance reform.

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