Soft 'n Easy

Willis, Derek
April 2000
Campaigns & Elections (1996);Apr2000, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p9
Offers a look at how much money was raised by the political party election committees in 1999 in the United States. Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's campaign funds; Campaign expenditures of the National Republican Congressional Committee; Ways to report money contributions.


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