Eric W. Dolan
June 12, 2012
Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI) said Monday that he was anxious about the influence of secret money in the 2012 elections.
“The thing that worries me frankly the most is the huge amount of hidden money which is going to get into — it already is in — the Romney campaign,” he said on Current TV’s War Room.
“The Super PAC money worries me. The fact that Mr. Romney will not disclose who is bundling his money, he is keeping that secret as well… It’s bad enough that we have these unlimited amounts of money that go into Super PACs.”