|If we’re going to save our democracy, Richard, we can’t just nibble at the edges – a regulation here, a tax credit there. We need to make big, structural change in this country.|
And that starts with taking on a Washington that works for the rich and powerful.
That’s why I’ve proposed the biggest set of anti-corruption reforms since Watergate. Here’s one piece of it: Make every candidate for federal office – including for President – release their tax returns for the American people to see.
I put the past ten years of my federal tax returns online. It’s all out there – I’m an open book.
And I’m calling on every other candidate for President to do exactly the same thing.
We’ve got to hold ourselves – and our candidates, and our elected officials – to the highest standard of accountability and transparency.
If you agree, will you add your name to our petition calling on all 2020 presidential candidates to put their taxes online?
Together, we’re going to put an end to the shady practices that have let the wealthy and well-connected get richer and more powerful at the expense of working families.
It’s corruption, plain and simple, and we have to change the rules in Washington to attack it head-on.
But I’m not just proposing reforms – I’m following them, too. We’re running a campaign that’s transparent and powered by grassroots supporters. No PACs, federal lobbyists, or foreign agents here. No way.
That’s the kind of campaign everybody ought to be running in 2020. We can’t let our presidential primary become one more plaything for special interests and billionaires.
And you have the power to demand it. Sign our petition to call on everyone running for President to release their tax returns.
Thanks for being a part of this,
Sat 23 February 2019 5:25 AM