Mondays That Matter Screens Dark Money this Month; Panel Tonight

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What: Screening of Dark Money, panelists

Where: Underground Cinema’s Mondays That Matter
230 Capitol Street, Charleston, West Virginia 25301

When: Tonight, October 1  from 7:00 – 8:45 p.m.

The October 1 screening will include a panel discussion with Tony Majestro and OVEC Executive Director Natalie Thompson, representing West Virginia Citizens for Clean Elections.

The film will also screen at the Underground Cinema at 7 p.m. every Monday in October.

Purchase your tickets here.

Join the event on Facebook here

About the film: In the wake of the Citizens United ruling, dark money floods elections nationwide, but Montanans are standing up to stop history from repeating itself in a struggle that has the potential to change the way elections happen across the U.S.

About the sponsor of this film: West Virginia Citizens for Clean Elections began in 2002 to support the Fair and Clean Elections concept for financing election campaigns. The Fair and Clean Elections model is a completely voluntary system that provides full public financing to candidates who agree to limit spending and take no money from private interests. This constitutional alternative would reduce candidate reliance on special interest money and enable those who lack personal wealth or access to wealth contributors to run a competitive campaign.

About the series: WVIFF Underground Cinema Presents Movies That Matter Mondays – Each month, WVIFF works with a community organization to show an issue-oriented and compelling film relating to the group’s mission.



Updated: Oct 1, 2018 — 3:09 pm

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