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  • Federal Election Campaign Act Limit Parties
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    "The Money Trail" Without money most of the candidates running for the 2000 presidential election would have by now disappeared from the race. So where does the money come from? By the end of this paper this question will be answered, along with many others that many Americans think about. The focus will basically be on the Federal Campaign Finance Law, soft money and how it effects the presidential race, and lastly Governor Bush and Vice-President Gore's views on campaign finance reform. The on...
  • Soft Money Contributions
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    Should we enact a campaign finance reform and ban soft money contributions Campaign finance is among the top governmental and social issues of today's society. The truth is that today's campaigns are being financed by members of supported political parties that can afford to send their candidate to the top. These contributions are known as soft money contributions. Soft money can be defined as, unlimited union and corporate donations to political parties that allow special interest power brokers...
  • Soft Money From Politics
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    Money in Politics In the world of politics today there are many problems. Nasty campaigning and Slamming ones opponent have become commonplace in today's world. This is a very Distinct problem. Yet the root of the problem isn't the candidates themselves, in most Cases. The national committees for the republicans and the democrats is at the true heart Of the problem. The money which is spent by those massive institutions to theirparty's candidate in each election is staggering. Therefore the prob...
  • Use Of Soft Money In Federal Elections
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    Soft Money: It's Elimination from Governmental Campaigns The current use of soft money in the US Governmental elections is phenomenal. The majority of candidates funding comes from soft money donations. Congress has attempted to close these funding loop holes; however they have had little success. Soft money violates standards set by congress by utilizing the loop hole found in the Federal Election Commission's laws of Federal Campaigns. This practice of campaign funding should be eliminated fro...
  • Issue Of Campaign Finance Reform
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    In the 2000-2001 election cycle, the issue of campaign finance reform was brought to the forefront by Senator John McCain (R-Az) as his key issue in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. His loss in the primary, however, only delayed a showdown on the matter within the Republican Party. With President Bush in office, McCain has introduced a new version of his reform legislation, co-sponsored by Senator Russ Feingold, a liberal Democrat from Wisconsin (Economist, Jan 2001), slated ...

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