Mary Troyan for Gannett:
Voters will grow weary of super PACs’ influence, he said.
“I think over time, there will be a real re-evaluation after this election cycle over the role that some of these PACs play,” Graham said.
He went further during a TV interview in New Hampshire in April, saying a constitutional amendment is needed to curtail super PACs.
“Eventually, we’re going to destroy American politics with so much money in the political process because they are going to turn you off from wanting to vote,” Graham told WMUR in Manchester.
Until then, however, Graham isn’t disavowing any super PAC that may emerge to back his campaign.