Citations with the tag: CAMPAIGN funds
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- Pennies from the masses.
Chase, Steven // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 8/9/93, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p10
Cites figures from Elections Canada on political party financing in 1992, which showed that while the Reform Party of Canada did not raise as much as the old-line parties, that 90 percent of its money came from individuals as opposed to business donors. Figures for the Liberals, Conservatives...
- Campaign finance blues.
Mann, Thomas E. // Brookings Review; Summer96, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p45
Focuses on campaign finance reform in the United States. Need for clean up the role of money in American elections; Deficiencies of the system; Conflicts of interest; Failure to generate enough information about the choice of candidates.
- Campaign finance reform: Dead on arrival?
Mann, Thomas E. // Brookings Review; Spring97, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p3
Opinion. Presents the author's view on the fundraising issue of the Clinton administration during the advertising campaign of 1995 in the 105th Congress. Legitimate concerns of the issue; Two developments that are prerequisite if the reforms happened in the 105th Congress; Reforms proposed by...
- National `soft' money invades Illinois races.
Hinz, Greg; Merrion, Paul // Crain's Chicago Business; 11/04/96, Vol. 19 Issue 45, p4
Reports that national Democrats and Republicans are playing hardball with soft money in the fight for control of the Illinois General Assembly. Estimated amount of unregulated campaign funds from national party-connected groups flowing into Illinois races; Limitations on federal campaign...
- The time has come to end soft money shakedown.
Hinz, Greg; Merrion, Paul // Crain's Chicago Business; 06/30/97, Vol. 20 Issue 26, p10
Editorial. Examines the increasing demand of the major political parties in the United States for soft money campaign donations. Plans of various companies to stop donating soft money; Comments from a top Ameritech lobbyist; Major problem associated with soft money donations.
- If pols listen, they'll hear clamor for finance reform.
Netsch, Dawn Clark // Crain's Chicago Business; 07/14/97, Vol. 20 Issue 28, p11
Opinion. Looks at the way the public of Chicago, Illinois, views the issue of campaign finance reform. What have motivated the public; Reference to environmental issues in 1960; Names of other states that are concerned about the issue of campaign reform.
- Here's one thing the First Amendment shouldn't cover.
Netsch, Dawn Clark // Crain's Chicago Business; 09/15/97, Vol. 20 Issue 37, p15
Opinion. Speculates on the attempts being made to restrict campaign finances, donations or expenditures. Reference to the First Amendement; Information regarding a court case; Perception of the members of the United States Supreme Court.
- True reform: Blind trusts for political contributions.
Nowland, James D. // Crain's Chicago Business; 01/12/98, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p11
Opinion. States that campaign finance reforms have been no match for aggressive politicians in search of campaign cash. Information on reasons why people contribute to campaigns.
- National money flows in local races.
Hinz, Greg // Crain's Chicago Business; 11/06/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 46, p1
Reports on political campaign money getting into state parties in the United States. Allocation of the money from the top of the ballot to the bottom; Nationalization of local political fund raising.
- `Should the Campaign Cost Reduction and Reform Act of 1990 Be Approved?' PRO.
Hinz, Greg // Congressional Digest; Oct90, Vol. 69 Issue 10, p236
Argues for the approval of H.R. 5400, the Campaign Cost Reduction and Reform Act of 1990 with floor speeches by US Representatives Al Swift, David R. Obey, Matthew F. McHugh, Howard Wolpe, Jim Moody and David E. Price
- `Should the Campaign Cost Reduction and Reform Act of 1990 Be Approved?' CON.
Hinz, Greg // Congressional Digest; Oct90, Vol. 69 Issue 10, p237
Argues against the passage of H.R. 5400, the Campaign Cost Reduction and Reform Act of 1990, with floor speeches by US Representatives Robert H. Michel, Bill Frenzel, William M. Thomas, Pat Roberts, Steve Gunderson and Dean A. Gallo.
- Current federal campaign finance laws.
Hinz, Greg // Congressional Digest; Mar1992, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p69
Presents excerpts from and highlights of the Federal Election Campaign Act, taken from `The FEC and the Federal Campaign Finance Law,' a Federal Election Commission publication. Looks at public financing, requirements for report filing, contribution limits and independent expenditures.
- 1990 congressional campaign spending.
Hinz, Greg // Congressional Digest; Mar1992, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p71
Offers a look at congressional election spending for 1990 races, which at $445 million is the lowest in six years. Shows the financial activity of winning candidates for races dating back to 1975-76.
- Should the campaign spending limit and election reform act be approved?
Hinz, Greg // Congressional Digest; Mar1992, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p78
Presents speeches in favor of approving HR 3750, the House of Representatives Campaign Spending Limit and Election Reform Act of 1991. Speeches by Representatives Charlie Rose (D-N.C.), David E. Price (D-N.C.), Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.), Charles A. Hayes (D-Ill.), Samuel Gejdensen (D-Conn.)...
- Should the campaign spending limit and election reform act be approved?
Hinz, Greg // Congressional Digest; Mar1992, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p79
Presents speeches against passing HR 3750, the House of Representatives Campaign Spending Limit and Election Reform Act of 1991. Speeches by Representatives Pat Roberts (R-Kans.), William M. Thomas (R-Calif.), Jim Ross Lightfoot (R-Iowa), Amo Houghton (R-N.Y.), Robert H. Michel (R-Ill.) and...
- Finally, campaign finance reform?
Hinz, Greg // Consumer Reports; Apr96, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p9
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- Washington, take note: States pass campaign finance reform.
Richey, Warren // Christian Science Monitor; 11/12/96, Vol. 88 Issue 243, p3
Reports that six states in America passed ballot initiatives that limits special-interest funds in state elections. Names of the states; Views of reform advocates; What some groups planned to use ballot initiatives for; Procedure for public funding for candidates; Comments from key individuals;...
- Constitutional amendment may be road to campaign-finance...
Goodrich, Lawrence J. // Christian Science Monitor; 11/26/96, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p14
Focuses on campaign-finance reform in the United States. Information on proposal of Senate minority leader Tom Daschle for constitutional amendment to reform; Comments from Daschle.
- When the price of American elections is mixed with yogurt.
Macleish, Rod // Christian Science Monitor; 2/19/97, Vol. 89 Issue 58, p3
Opinion. Focuses on campaign finance reform in the United States. Factors that have influenced campaign finance reform; Costs of the 1996 presidential elections in the United States; Why the present campaign finance laws are scandalous; What hinders perfect equality of political representation...
- Here we go again.
Macleish, Rod // Christian Science Monitor; 10/23/97, Vol. 89 Issue 230, p20
Opinion. Discusses campaign financing in the United States. Revelations on tapes from the White House about Clinton's strategy concerning soft money; Questions about soft money allegations which should be answered by an independent counsel; The public trust that is at stake with campaign...
- McCain's Ruse to Bush.
Macleish, Rod // Christian Science Monitor; 1/29/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 44, p8
Looks at the dispute between President George W. Bush and Senator John McCain about the paycheck protection aspect of a possible campaign finance reform bill.
- Top 10 Statewide Presidential Contribution Totals.
Macleish, Rod // Human Events; 3/31/2008, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p10
No abstract available.
- Blue Dogs run wild with reform package.
Crabtree, Susan; Hickey, Jennifer // Insight on the News; 05/05/97, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p6
Discusses the `Blue Dog' Democrats' campaign finance reform bill. Advantages of the bill if imposed; Provisions of the bill.
- Yeas & nays.
Crabtree, Susan; Hickey, Jennifer // Insight on the News; 05/05/97, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p46
Presents the United States Senate's move to investigate the presidential reelection campaign for alleged illegal fund-raising and the motion to oppose it, as well as House of Representatives' action regarding overtime work. Vote breakdown of the Senate and the House for and against the motions...
- From Davis to Carville.
Berlau, John // Insight on the News; 08/11/97, Vol. 13 Issue 29, p17
Focuses on the attention given to the senate hearings on campaign-financing abuse by broadcast news shows and newsmagazines in the United States. Section featured in the `Daily DNC Briefing'; What is listed in the `Senate Hearings Preview'; Who launched a public-relations defense of the Clinton...
- Campaign reform should start at local level.
Goddard, Taegan D.; Riback, Chris // Insight on the News; 08/31/98, Vol. 14 Issue 32, p29
Focuses on campaign reform in the United States. Speculation over how appointments to the transportation board are conducted; Indication that the current system for financing elections is inadequate; Information on a report by the `News and Observer' periodical.
- Campaign-finance reform at last?
Miller, William H. // Industry Week/IW; 05/18/98, Vol. 247 Issue 10, p13
Presents information on campaign-finance reform which will be at the top of the politics and public-policy debate in the United States Congress and in California. Pressure on House Speaker Newt Gingrich, representative of Georgia, from both the Democratics and Republicans; Information on the...
- Preemptive Fund-raising and Challenger Profile in Senate Elections.
Squire, P. // Journal of Politics; Nov91, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p1150
Shows that almost every senator now engages in extensive early money fund-raising, but that those senators who have the biggest number of potentially strong opponents back home are the most active in this regard. Strength of the challenger usually dictated by the size of the pool of strong...
- Financial conditions, gender, and voting in American national elections.
Welch, S.; Hibbing, J. // Journal of Politics; Feb92, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p197
Explores differences between men and women in their levels and types of economic voting. Economic voting among subgroups; Gender and economic voting; Previous attempts to locate subgroups of people who are particularly likely to engage in economic voting habits; Examinations of class...
- Ieyoub's fund-raising muscle makes contenders look puny.
Hill, John // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 7/21/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p26
Comments on the election campaign funds of gubernatorial candidates in Louisiana. List of candidates and their campaign finance; Impact of campaign finance on the possibility of becoming governor-elect; Sufficiency of campaign funds.
- A dynamic model of candidate fundraising: The case of presidential nomination campaigns.
Damore, David F. // Political Research Quarterly; June97, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p343
Studies the role of fundraising in presidential campaigns in the United States. Relationship between candidates' electoral success and increases in their subsequent fundraising; Analyses of the data which was used from nomination campaigns; Observation of the differences in the relationships in...
- Campaign spending.
Damore, David F. // Scholastic Update; 10/5/84, Vol. 118 Issue 2, p18
Campaign spending and campaign strategy are closely linked. TV advertising are the chief expense urged by political pros. Political consultants can also push up campaign costs.
- Big spending in the quest for the governors' chair.
Beyle, Thad // Spectrum: Journal of State Government; Summer92, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p15
Looks at the average cost of gubernatorial elections since the mid-1970s by state, and looks at the most expensive races in the states over the period, and those individual candidates who spent the most in their quest for the governorship. The prospects for the 1990s.
- The good, the bad and the perfect: Searching for campaign finance reform in Illinois.
Redfield, Kent // Spectrum: Journal of State Government; Spring96, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p38
Focuses on campaign finance reform in Illinois. Disclosure of contributions and expenditure in excess of $150; Filing of pre and post elections reports with the State Board of Elections; Authority of the state board charged with overseeing Illinois elections; Money transfers; Ethics of spending.
- The new fat cats.
Burka, Paul; Smith, Evan // Texas Monthly; Nov96, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p20
Provides a look at which Texans were major contributors to political candidates in Texas and around the United States between January 1, 1995 and August 1, 1996. Source of information being the Federal Election Commission; Plaintiffs attorneys as dominating the list of top Democratic party...
- Politically correct campaign giving.
Sweeney, Paul; Roeder, Edward // U.S. Banker; Mar96, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p12
Focuses on the contribution of money by bankers to more Republican candidates than Democrat candidates. Contribution by the independent Bankers Association of America; Comments by IBAA executive vice president Kenneth Guenther; Data of contributions obtained through Sunshine Press Services. ...
- Statement on campaign finance reform legislation.
Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; 2/17/97, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p181
Presents President Bill Clinton's statement on campaign finance reform legislation, delivered February 12, 1997. Support for the McCain-Feingold and ShaysMeehan campaign finance reform bills; Call on reforming politics and renewing democracy.
- Statement on campaign finance reform.
Clinton, Bill // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; 11/3/97, Vol. 33 Issue 44, p1687
Presents the statement given by the United States president on campaign finance reform on October 30, 1997. US Senate's decision to schedule a vote on campaign finance reform paving the way for the vote on the McCain-Feingold bill.
- Campaign funds Congressmen don't spend
Clinton, Bill // Washington Monthly; Sep84, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p32
Campaign funds Congressmen don't spend to get re-elected are being hoarded as retirement nest-eggs and as war-chests to make them virtually invincible to possible challengers. Congressmen are also using the money to build personal kingdoms in Congress by helping out members of their party and...
- Money becomes more important.
Clinton, Bill // Washington Monthly; Jul/Aug85, Vol. 17 Issue 6/7, p47
The sad news is that money was more important than ever in the 1984 campaigns. The only reduction in money was in the amount challengers could raise. The amount winners, especially incumbents, raised and spent shot up. And a much higher proportion of that winning money came from PACs. ...
- The tin cup Congress.
Stern, P.M. // Washington Monthly; May88, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p23
Interviews with members of Congress on the negative impact of the skyrocketing need for campaign funds and the resulting, never-ending scramble for money. INSET: Fundraising for Mondale: a nightmare..
- DNC returns `inappropriate' funds.
Silva, Jeffrey // RCR; 11/18/96, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p1
Reports that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) returned three wireless contributions that were said to be inappropriate. What prompted the DNC to return the contributions; Reference to Attorney General Janet Reno rejecting Senator John McCain's call for an independent counsel to examine...
- Double-givers hedge bets to assure a win.
Conlan, Michael F. // Drug Topics; 10/7/96, Vol. 140 Issue 19, p110
Reports that the pharmaceutical, health and insurance interests are among the big money `double-givers' identified by Common Cause as contributing to both the Democratic and Republican parties for the 1996 elections. Names of companies cited as soft money `double-givers.'
- Senate money chase narrows, presaging series of tough races.
Blake, Aaron // Hill; 7/16/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 82, p3
The article reports on the wide cash-on-hand gaps between incumbents and their opponents in the Senate races in the U.S.
- NEW LOBBYING FORMS TRICKLE IN.
Bogardus, Kevin // Hill; 7/16/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 82, p18
The article reports on the growing number of firm who are filing the new form known as the LD-203 for campaign funds in response to the lobbying ansd ethics law passsed by the Congress in the U.S.
- Candidates show money for '10 races.
Blake, Aaron // Hill; 10/16/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 120, p1
The article offers information on the funds collected by U.S. Republican and Democrat candidates for the Senate election in 2010, including Democrat Senator Tim Bishop, Republican Senator Rob Portman, and Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer.
- Pence's trips to Iowa, South Carolina, spur White House chatter.
Wilson, Reid // Hill; 10/16/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 120, p19
The article reports on the concern expressed by members of the U.S. House of Representatives concerning the visit of Indiana Representative Mike Pence to Iowa and South Carolina which aim to raise funds for 2010 political candidates Republican Representatives Gresham Barret and Henry Brown, Jr.
- Campaign cash and the budget.
Feingold, Russell D. // Christian Science Monitor; 1/26/96, Vol. 88 Issue 42, p20
Opinion. Comments on the reduction of the federal deficit, and the cost of federal programs that benefit major campaign contributors. How election candidates raise million of dollars for campaigns; Results of data from the Center for Responsive Politics.
- A politician and his patrons.
Lewis, Charles // Christian Science Monitor; 2/20/96, Vol. 88 Issue 58, p19
Opinion. Comments on the importance of money in the success of presidential campaigns in the United States. Detailed examination of Steve Forbes' campaign; Analysis of financial aspect of other candidate's campaigns, including President Bill Clinton, and Senator Bob Dole.
- Close to a shakedown.
Schorr, Daniel // New Leader; 11/04/96, Vol. 79 Issue 8, p4
Focuses on the need for campaign financing reforms in the United States in light of the controversies concerning campaign funds in the 1996 presidential election. Description of a similar controversy in 1972; Reform legislation on campaign financing following the administration of former...