By David B. Magleby, Anthony Corrado, Kelly D. Patterson
Given that 1960, those Financing the Election volumes have offered authoritative info at the charges and developments of crusade finance within the usa. In developing the parameters of electoral campaigns and political spending in addition to studying the consequences, Financing the 2004 Election offers a different source for somebody fascinated by the present nation of cash and politics. this crucial ebook, that includes famous professionals on crusade finance, can pay distinct awareness to the consequences of the Bipartisan crusade Reform Act (BCRA) of 2002, contrasting present crusade financing with pre-BCRA styles. The authors additionally draw classes from 2004 for destiny reform on the nation and federal degrees.
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79. Erik Smith, interview, November 10, 2005. 80. La Raja, “State and Local Political Parties,” p. 4. 81. htm [September 14, 2005]). 82. Michael M. Franz, Joel Rivlin, and Kenneth Goldstein, “Much More of the Same: Television Advertising Pre- and Post-BCRA,” in The Election after Reform, edited by Malbin, p. 13; and Joel Rivlin, deputy director, Wisconsin Advertising Project, telephone interview by David B. Magleby, J. Quin Monson, and Nisha Riggs, Provo, Utah, September 19, 2005. 83. Franz and others, “Much More of the Same,” p.
The FEC’s decisions on the meaning and application of the statutory language were highly controversial and led to new legal challenges on both sides of the BCRA 22 david b. magleby debate. As a result, all parties remained uncertain about the ways the law would be put into practice and the scope of the BCRA regulations throughout this first election under the new rules. This chapter lays an important foundation for understanding what BCRA did and did not do, as well as for analyzing areas in the law most likely to be controversial.
Ibid. 85. , p. 13. 86. Swift Boat Veterans for Truth’s first ad aired outside the sixty-day window, between the Democratic and Republican Conventions, but their other three ads ran within the window. 87. Franz and others, “Much More of the Same,” p. 11. 88. David B. : Prentice-Hall, 2006, forthcoming); also Magleby, Outside Money; Magleby, The Other Campaign; Magleby and Monson, The Last Hurrah? 89. David B. Magleby, Kelly D. Patterson, and J. Quin Monson, “Introduction,” in Electing Congress: New Rules for an Old Game.
Financing the 2004 Election by David B. Magleby, Anthony Corrado, Kelly D. Patterson