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Financing the 2012 Election
Exact title of book
Financing the 2012 Election
Book author
David B. Magleby (Editor)
ISBN
9780815725626
Publisher
Brookings Institution Press
Published
Sep 26, 2014
Language
English
Format
PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
Pages
240
File size (in PDF)
2160 kB

Some brief overview of book

The amount of money flowing through U. S. politics continues to astound. While not all expenditures are reported, writes David Magleby, our best estimate is that at least 8 billion was spent in the 2012 federal elections.

In this essential volume, the latest in a quadrennial series dating back to 1960, Magleby and his colleagues reveal where all this the money came from, where it went, what were the resultsand why it matters. Anthony Corrado examines the most important changes and legal challenges to the law and regulation of campaign finance leading up to the 2012 election. John Green, Michael Koehler, and Ian Schwarber discuss the dynamics and funding of the Republicans presidential nomination contest as well as the Obama campaigns activityincluding the role his Priorities USA Super PAC played in negatively defining Romney.

Candice Nelson examines in considerable detail how each side raised and spent its funds and the implications of their different approaches. Paul Herrnson, Kelly Patterson, and Stephanie Perry Curtis explore the financing of congressional elections. Diana Dwyre and Robin Kolodny examine the ways political parties raised and spent money through their national committees, including congressional campaign committees.

Jay Goodliffe and Magleby examine how interest groups raised and spent moneyclosely examining the effect of the new Super PACs. How did these organizations raise more than 828 million, and how did they allot the 609 million they reported spending, and to what effect? Thomas Mann concludes with a summary of lessons recently learned regarding the financing of federal elections.

What changes should be made to the system, and what institutional steps would they require?

About book author

B. Magleby is Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University. In addition to editing or coediting the three most recent books in the Financing series, he is coauthor of Government by the People, now in its twenty-fifth edition. d legal challenges to the law and regulation of campaign finance leading up to the 2012 election.

John Green, Michael Koehler, and Ian Schwarber discuss the dynamics and funding of the Republicans presidential nomination contest as well as the Obama campaigns activityincluding the role his Priorities USA Super PAC played in negatively defining Romney. Candice Nelson examines in considerable detail how each side raised and spent its funds and the implications of their different approaches. Paul Herrnson, Kelly Patterson, and Stephanie Perry Curtis explore the financing of congressional elections.

Diana Dwyre and Robin Kolodny examine the ways political parties raised and spent money through their national committees, including congressional campaign committees. Jay Goodliffe and Magleby examine how interest groups raised and spent moneyclosely examining the effect of the new Super PACs. How did these organizations raise more than 828 million, and how did they allot the 609 million they reported spending, and to what effect?

Thomas Mann concludes with a summary of lessons recently learned regarding the financing of federal elections. What changes should be made to the system, and what institutional steps would they require?

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