In 2020 campaign, several top Democrats vow not to take super PAC donations

The Washington Times reports that, to date, Senators Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand and Elizabeth Warren, as well as former Obama cabinet member Julian Castro--all of whom are running for the 2020 presidential Democratic party nomination, have all stated opposition to super PAC support in the 2020 race.

Sen. Kamala D. Harris on Sunday formally kicked off her presidential campaign with a rally in Oakland, adding to the growing field of would-be 2020 Democratic Party nominees another candidate who has pledged to disavow “super PAC activity.”

The California Democrat joins Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, and Julian Castro, a former Obama cabinet official, in heeding Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s demand that the field of 2020 Democratic contenders rule out super PACs and focus on running grass-roots powered campaigns fueled by small-dollar donations.

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