As a member of the bipartisan Congressional Problem Solvers’ Caucus, I have made it a major mission to work across party lines during my time in Congress. The toxic influence of money in our political system has made Members of Congress far too focused on fundraising and gaining attention for extreme positions, rather than rolling up our sleeves and getting to work solving the problems of the day. That is why I have introduced my Restore Democracy legislation, a seven-point blueprint to reforming the campaign finance system, election laws, and the rules that govern House procedure.
As a member of the House Task Force on Election Reform, I have also championed legislation related to voting rights, election reform, and Super PACs, including a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution clarifying that corporations are not people.
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Click on the screen above to hear Wisconsin GOP Congressman Mike Gallagher and me talk about the importance of our bill to prohibit congressional campaign fundraising while Congress is in session.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) Members of Congress and candidates for Congress would be prohibited from participating in any and all fundraising activities while Congress is in session under the “Go to Washington, Go to Work Act of 2018” introduced today by U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan (D-MN-08) and U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-WI-08). The bipartisan measure would prohibit members of Congress and candidates for Congress from attending, speaking, and participating in political fundraising efforts and at fundraising events for their campaigns while the Congress is in session.