Corporations are secretly spending hundreds of millions in political donations to influence elections and push policies that unfairly rig the rules in their favor, while investors, savers and retirees are left in the dark about how their money is being spent.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is responsible for protecting investors. And right now it can act on its own, without a mandate from Congress, to shine a light on this dark money scourge.
Over 1 million have already urged the SEC to require publicly traded companies to disclose this information to investors. SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White is the superhero we need to fight the dark money menace, but we’re still waiting for her to act. Where is Mary Jo White?