Singleton, Zwicker Statement on the Future of ‘Dark Money’ in Politics

Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker thanks Gov. Phil Murphy for working with the NJ legislature on the dark money disclosure bill.

Singleton, Zwicker Statement on the Future of ‘Dark Money’ in Politics

 

Trenton – Senator Troy Singleton and Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker issued the following statement on the future of “dark money” in politics:

 

“The Attorney General’s action brings closure to the lawsuits that had kept us in limbo for too long. We have already begun working with the legislative leadership on the next steps and we believe there is a clear path forward.  With the presidential and congressional elections later this year, we expect tens of millions of “dark money” dollars to be spent in an attempt to influence the outcomes. We will continue to fight to ensure that those organizations that accept anonymous large donations are forced to disclose their sources. We must shine a light on who is working secretly to change the course of our elections. The people of New Jersey deserve nothing less than the fairness and transparency our legislation will provide.”

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