How It Works
What is Tinylobby?
Tinylobby is a Super PAC.
What is a Super PAC?
Unlike regular PACs, Super PACs are not allowed to give money to political candidates. Instead, they act as independent political campaigns, running their own ads and their own get-out-the-vote operations.
Aren't Super PACs a big part of the corruption in politics?
Yes. An individual, no matter how wealthy, can only give $5,000 a year to each regular PAC, and each regular PAC can only give $5,000 a year to each candidate. But there is no limit to how much money an individual can give to a Super PAC. A billionaire can create a Super PAC, give it $100 million, set it up like his own private company, hire the people running it, and use it to elect and control politicians all over the country. The system has become so openly corrupt that Republican politicians now meet with billionaires in order to literally audition for them.
So, how is Tinylobby different from other Super PACS?
They're funded by billionaires and corporations. We're not. We're funded by people.
What specifically does Tinylobby do?
130 million Americans vote. Another 100 million Americans don't vote, but could. Tinylobby focuses exclusively on getting millions of them to vote Democratic in 2020.
Why the focus on non-voters?
In 2020, control of the Presidency, the House, and the Senate is probably going to be decided by a few million votes. Converting even a fraction of those 100 million unused votes into votes for Democrats will let us build a better country.
Why should I donate to Tinylobby?
Tinylobby is a force multiplier. By making a $10 monthly donation to Tinylobby through the 2020 elections, you support the election of hundreds of allied candidates, who together can actually implement the agenda you want.
No single candidate can make that agenda a reality. It takes a Congress.
Freedom Isn't Free.
Paid for by Tinylobby and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.
We accept no corporate money.
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Effective Date: 5/1/2019
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