Cashing Out

Milbank, Dana
November 1999
New Republic;11/15/99, Vol. 221 Issue 20, p18
Discusses the role of soft money in the United States 2000 presidential race, in light of the 1999 defeat of a campaign finance reform bill by Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky. Effect of soft money on the campaign for the Republican nomination; Information that the presidential candidate Gary Bauer had to side with finance reformer, John McCain; Comments on the Republican candidates who are not affected by the statesman, George Bush's decision to break the spending limits; Effect of soft money on other candidates; Opinion on campaign finance reform.


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