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Edited by: Deborah Kalb

In: Guide to U.S. Elections 7th Edition

Chapter 3: Campaign Finance

Edited by: Deborah Kalb

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483380346.n5

Subject: Elections

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Campaign Finance
Campaign finance

Campaign finance changed dramatically during the past century, going from its early freewheeling days to a heavily regulated system. Campaigns now must disclose where their money comes from and how it is spent. Contributors must adhere to specific limits on how much they can give to federal candidates. Detailed campaign reports are available for public scrutiny, even on the Internet. Presidential candidates have the option of limiting their election spending in return ...

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