The most important thing we must do to save our democracy is get big money out of politics. It's a prerequisite to accomplishing everything else. Today, big money continues to corrupt American politics - creating a vicious cycle that funnels more wealth and power to those at the top and eroding our democracy. In the 2018 midterm elections, wealthy donors and Super-PACs poured millions into the campaigns of the same lawmakers who voted to pass the 2017 tax cuts, which gave them huge windfalls. Consider conservative donors Sheldon and Miriam Adelson, whose casino business received an estimated $700 million windfall, thanks to President Donald Trump and Republicans' tax cuts. The couple then used some of this extra cash to plow more than $113 million into the 2018 election, breaking the record for political contributions by a single household. That's not a bad return on investment - for them.
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