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Pro & Con #8: Is the Supreme Court Right to See Money as Speech?





In this hypothetical example, Andy McFearless, an incumbent Republican, is running for president in the 2020 presidential election. McFearless was getting big money from supporters. The supporters were giving him large sums of money greater than $25,000 dollars. Due to these big checks from big donors, McFearless won the election by a landslide. However, Mandy SkyRaider, the frontrunner of the Democratic Party, is also running for president in the 2020 presidential election. SkyRaider does not have supporters giving her large sums of money greater than $25,000 dollars. SkyRaider feels like the election is rigged because she doesn’t have the same supporters as her competitor, McFearless, does. Due to theses big checks from big donors to McFearless and hardly any support for SkyRaider, McFearless won the election by a landslide.

This fictional example poses the question, “Is the Supreme Court right to see money as speech because limiting money will provide…

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