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Author: David B. Magleby,Anthony Corrado,Kelly D. Patterson
ISBN13: 978-0815754398
Title: Financing the 2004 Election
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Publisher: Brookings Institution Press (August 1, 2006)
Pages: 281

Financing the 2004 Election by David B. Magleby,Anthony Corrado,Kelly D. Patterson



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Financing the 2004 Election. David B. Magleby is a distinguished professor of political science at Brigham Young University and formerly the dean of the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences at that institution. Anthony Corrado was a nonresident senior fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. Currently, he is a professor of government at Colby College. An expert on political finance, he focuses on campaign finance, political party behavior,. Published by: Brookings Institution Press. Since 1960, Financing the Election volumes have presented reliable information on the costs and trends of campaign finance in the United States. In establishing the parameters of electoral campaigns and political spending —and interpreting the results —Financing the 2004 Election provides a unique resource for readers and citizens interested in the current state of politics and money in America. The federal election of 2004 centered on the contest for the presidency. Even though races for the White House traditionally overshadow congressional contests, the extent to which parties, groups, and individuals concentrated resources on this contest was unusual. According to Bob Farmer, a veteran of five presidential campaigns and John Kerry’s treasurer in the primaries, it was much larger than anything I’ve seen in the past.

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Financing the 2004 Election Anthony Corrado (Ed., David B. Magleby (Ed., Kelly D. Patterson (Ed. Brookings Institution Press, 2006. Running On Empty? James I. Bowie (contributor), Mark D. Brewer (contributor), Clyde Brown (contributor), Andrew E. Busch (contributor), Marni Ezra (contribution), Julie Gunderson (contributor), Daniel Hofrenning (contributor), John S. Jackson III (contributor), University of Kansas (contribution), Stephanie Greco Larson (contributor), Cherie Maestas (contribution), L. Sandy Maisel (contributor), Sandy L. Maisel (Ed. Patterson (contributor), Paul R. Petterson (contributor), Richard J. Powell (contributor)

In the wake of recent legislation, court challenges, and demands for reform, campaign finance remains one of the most important and controversial aspects of the world's oldest democracy. Since 1960, Financing the Election volumes have presented reliable information on the costs and trends of campaign finance in the United States. In establishing the parameters of electoral campaigns and political spending—and interpreting the results—Financing the 2004 Election provides a unique resource for readers and citizens interested in the current state of politics and money in America. F inancing the 2004 Election incorporates many of the features that have made previous editions so important. It employs authoritative analysis of spending by interest groups, political parties, and individual candidates, including data that enables examination of long-term trends. The contributors, all eminent political analysts, also examine spending patterns in different types of elections, including Senate and House races. This timely new volume pays special attention to the effects of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 (BCRA). It contrasts campaign finance in 2004 with the ways in which national campaigns were financed before BCRA. The authors also draws lessons from 2004 for future reforms at the state and federal levels.