Participation, Competition, Engagement: Reviving and Improving Public Funding

Sep 01, 2003

With the Republican President and two major Democratic presidential candidates rejecting, or thinking of rejecting, public financing for their primary campaigns, the post-Watergate system of financing presidential nominations is in grave jeopardy. But after a year of study, a blue ribbon Campaign Finance Institute Task Force has concluded that the system should be saved and improved.

The 121-page Task Force report includes extensive data and cost-estimates for other approaches, in an effort to further public debate.

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