America has a unique way of approaching political campaigns, especially when compared to other western countries. In the United Kingdom for example, politicians are given a cap to their spending and nobody is allowed to greatly outspend their opponents in an effort to win an election. As everybody knows, the policies are much different here in America. In fact, raising more money is about the only way one can get elected into office at Madison Street Capital.
There are many critics of our current political system who claim that money should not be the most important factor when considering who should run our country. A recent poll showed 84 percent of Americans think the financial policies for political campaigns should be reformed. And it seems to be a bipartisan issue as well, an issue that is bringing people together from all the different parties.
While the financial approach to campaigning is an issue for most voters, it doesn’t seem to be a top priority which means it is unlikely to change anytime soon. Most voters are still concerned with issues such as job growth, health care, and immigration laws. But what some Americans might not understand is that the fund raising tactics used by politicians are directly affecting the issues they feel most passionate about. Changing the financial climate within politics would most likely ultimately lead to reform throughout the entire system.