Financing the 1996 election
With contributions by the major experts on campaign finance, this book examines the now pervasive use of soft money, advocacy groups, and other stratagems to circumvent the reforms put in place after the Watergate scandals.
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Spending in the 1996 Elections
Financing the 1996 Presidential General Election
Financing the 1996 Congressional Elections
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104th Congress 1996 elections advertising advocate the election Alexander bill Bob Dole Buchanan campaign finance reform challengers checkoff Christian Coalition Congress congressional candidates congressional donors congressional elections conservative contests contributors coordinated expenditures Corrado costs Democratic Dole Dole's Election Campaign election candidates election cycle election or defeat express advocacy FECA federal campaign Federal Election Commission fund-raising GELAC funds hard money Herrnson House and Senate House candidates ideological increase incumbents independent expenditures individual contributions interest groups issue ads issue advocacy ads labor unions Lippo Group major donors major parties matching funds McCain-Feingold million National Committee nomination open-seat PAC contributions paign partisan percent Perot political action committees political parties president presidential campaigns presidential candidates presidential donors primary public funding raised and spent regulations reported Republican Ross Perot Senate candidates soft money Source spending limits Table tion vote voter guides Wilcox