We need reasonable limits.

Mayor Ginther’s proposal would allow individuals to donate almost $13,000 to local politicians. That isn’t reform–it’s a permission slip for big money donors to continue to flood our elections with cash.

But here’s the thing: Ginther’s proposal can’t become law unless City Council passes it. Will you stand with us in demanding Council reject Ginther’s proposal and lower the contribution limit to something working families can afford? Most of us can’t afford to give Ginther or City Council $12,707.79 to make sure they’re representing our best interests. Neither can our friends or neighbors, and neither can the vast majority of Columbus voters.

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