Tell Senator Harris, Gillibrand, & Booker To Pledge To Reject Wall Street Donations

Senator Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Cory Booker



The 2020 Democratic nominee must stand with the people against the billionaires who control our democracy and economy. Anyone who seeks to lead our country must commit to taking on Wall Street and the politicians they buy.

That’s why we’re calling on Senators Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand and Cory Booker to pledge to reject donations and support from Wall Street lobbyists and Wall Street funded Super PACs. Call on Senators Harris, Gillibrand, and Booker to commit to being independent of Wall Street.

The billionaires who run the big banks and large hedge funds have devastated America’s working class, pillaged communities of color, and poisoned our environment. And now they’re buying politicians to continue rigging our economy and pitting working Americans against each other.

Add your name and tell potential Democratic nominees to take a stand by pledging to reject donations from the big banks, hedge funds, and private equity firms on Wall Street -- and their Super PACs.


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To: Senator Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Cory Booker
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The Democratic nominee must stand with the people against the billionaires who control our democracy and economy. Any politician who seeks to lead our country must commit to taking on Wall Street and the politicians they buy. We're calling on you to reject donations from the big banks, hedge funds, and private equity firms on Wall Street. Democrats need a nominee in 2020 who will stand up for working people of all races against Wall Street’s crimes and misdeeds. Wall Street caused the financial crisis by targeting the poor and communities of color with predatory loans that put families into high-interest mortgages and then playing games with their mortgages. Their greed and recklessness cost millions of of people their jobs and pushed down wages for working families. Black families were hit hardest: half of black wealth was destroyed by the financial crisis. Now is the time for potential 2020 nominees to show what they are made of. We need champions for the working class, not politicians who will say one thing in private to their Wall Street friends and another to voters.