Ken Fisher quoted in The Real Deal on New York’s decision to reduce the amounts that real estate donors and other large contributors can give to candidates for governor and other statewide offices. The state’s Public Finance Commission released a set of recommendations that limits contributions for statewide candidates.
“It will make it harder for [donors] to drive money toward particular candidates,” said Ken. “It’s just another step toward the decentralization of politics, and will lead to more real estate players funding independent campaigns.”
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