Remember a few weeks ago, when “Common Cause Minnesota” – a “non-partisan” organization that seeks “transparency” in campaigning (also speech rationing) – filed a complaint against the pro-business PAC “Minnesota’s Future” because it got a contribution from the Republican Governor’s Association.
To help illustrate the financial trail behind Citizens For A Better Minnesota’s complaint, I’ve prepared this graphic to show you the money trail involved.
Pretty crazy-complicated, huh? Those folks at Common Cause Minnesota sure know how to protect all us stooped citizens, don’t they?
So courtesy of Derek Brigham, let’s take a look at the transparent, clear, path that money takes in getting to the Dayton campaign from…well, you take a look.
Now, I’m no accountant. I asked Common Cause to come on the Northern Alliance a couple of weeks ago to discuss their complaint. I heard nothing back – not so much as a tweet.