Bribing voters is illegal. Bribing delegates isn’t -- but should be. Tell the presidential candidates to take the #NoDelegateBribes pledge: to refrain
from offering delegates anything of value in an attempt to swing their
votes, and urge independent groups that support them to do the same
As competition for delegates grows fierce in both parties' primaries, the presidential campaigns may resorting to "delegate buying." Campaigns can lavish delegates with gifts and free travel, in hopes of influencing their votes at the convention.
That's not how our democracy should work. Delegates shouldn’t be tempted to support the candidate who gave them the most gifts.
Join Common Cause in asking all presidential candidates to sign the #NoDelegateBribes pledge.
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