Former Democratic Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick said Sunday he’ll accept super PAC money for his late-entry presidential primary bid.
In an interview on NBC News’ “Meet The Press,” Patrick said he got to “catch up” in the crowded Democratic field.
“I think we need to follow and find all sorts of above board strategies to do that," Patrick said.
“I am not crazy about super PAC money,” he said, adding, “there’s too much dark money… too much money” coming into the presidential race.
“If there is going to be super PAC money that supports me it should all be, the sources of that should be fully disclosed," he declared.
Democratic candidates Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., have sworn off such super PAC donations, amassing donations with grassroots supporters.
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