The election after reform: money, politics, and the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act
These groundbreaking studies, rich with data, include chapters on political parties, 527 committees and interest groups, television ads, the ground war, Congressional politics, and presidential campaigns. A must-read for its insightful and nuanced assessments of the effects of reform. Visit our website for sample chapters!
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1 National Party Committee Fundraising
2 National Party Committee Expenditures in 2004
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527 committees 527 organizations AFL-CIO Amendment America Votes amount Association battleground BCRA BCRA's Bipartisan Campaign Reform broadcast campaign committees Campaign Finance Institute chapter Club for Growth communications contests contribution limits corporations DCCC Democratic National Committee direct mail donations effect efforts electioneering EMILY's List federal 527s federal candidates federal election activity Federal Election Commission former soft money gave grassroots hard money House races Howard Dean increased incumbent independent expenditures individual contributions interest groups Internet issue advocacy John Kerry Kerry labor unions major Media Fund media markets million in 2004 Millionaires money contributions NARAL Pro-Choice America National Committee national party committees nonfederal NRCC paign participate party soft money party spending percent political parties President presidential campaign presidential election primary provision public funding raised receipts reported SEIU self-financing small donors soft money donors spending limit spent Table targeted television advertising tion voter mobilization