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Los Angeles Full Public Funding Education & Feedback Project Workshop

Submitted by lizfuller on Wed, 09/10/2008 - 14:49.

Want a More Accountable City Government?

The Los Angeles City Council’s Rules Committee & The Department of Neighborhood Empowerment
Invite you to participate in the Los Angeles Full Public Funding Education & Feedback Project

Should the City adopt a system o f full public funding of campaigns?
How would a full public funding system work in Los Angeles?

Other Cities and States Use Clean Money Full Public Funding

In a Clean Money election system, candidates who agree to spending limits and who agree to take
no private contributions would qualify for a set amount of money from a public election fund. They
would not be allowed to raise or spend additional money beyond what they receive from the fund.

GOALS OF FULL PUBLIC FUNDING OF ELECTIONS:

 Higher participation by voters and candidates
 Truly competitive and fair campaigns on a level playing field.
 More women and minorities running for office
 Limit special interest money in campaigns

Participate in a Neighborhood Council Workshop to make sure theproposal is truly reflective of community concerns!

Tuesday, September 16, 7-9 pm
Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council and Mid-city West Community Council
407 S. Mansfield Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Snacks will be served
Rsvp: Judy Branfman at 310/481-0814 or judy@caclean.org



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