Alberta Election: Corporate Money Flowed Out Of Right-Wing Parties, Into Right-Wing PACs, Experts Say - 2019-11-04

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F0.png Alberta Election: Corporate Money Flowed Out Of Right-Wing Parties, Into Right-Wing PACs, Experts Say November 4, 2019, PressProgress

Nearly $1 million — much of it from large corporations banned from donating to parties themselves — supported Alberta's key, four right-wing advertisers in the 2019 provincial election, data shows.

Alberta's top four right-wing third-party advertisers reported raising $955,018 — outmatching the province's top four progressive third-party advertisers, which reported only $595,675.

With corporate donations banned by Alberta's previous government, Mount Royal university political science professor Kieth Brownsey told PressProgress, the uptick in third-party spending isn't coincidental.

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