Campaign finance reform has been a core plank of many Democrats’ campaign rhetoric for years, and the incumbent senators up for reelection in the 2022 midterms are no exception.
Across the swing state seats that guarantee the Democrats’ slim majority, lofty promises have been made and scathing indictments have been leveled against opponents.
In the days before last year’s Georgia Senate run-offs, Raphael Warnock told one crowd that “Washington is so filled with corrupt politicians who stand there representing the wealthy and the well-connected. And they are responding to their donors.”
“That’s why I’m not accepting any corporate PAC money,” he finished.
Warnock has …