Show Me the Money
- Fund-raising in presidential nomination campaigns: The primary lessons of 1988. Hinckley, Katherine A.; Green, John C. // Political Research Quarterly;Dec96, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p693
Analyzes the flow of funds raised in presidential nomination campaigns in the United States. Comparison of rival models for fund-raising; Model descriptions; Stability of fund-raising patterns; Effect of specific primaries and caucuses; Emphasis on the creation of fund-raising organizations.
- Reply: `We can't believe he ate the whole thing'. Hinckley, Katherine A.; Green, John C. // Political Research Quarterly;Dec96, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p727
Presents a response to another author's opinion of their article on fund-raising in presidential nomination campaigns. Elimination of the campaign-driven model; Lack of explanation for the fund-raising loci; Main thrusts of the critique; Strong influence of an established paradigm.
- Campaign Coffers. Barnes, James A.; Braverman, Amy; Cillizza, Chris; Fenoglio, Gia // National Journal;4/15/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 16, p1233
Focuses on the campaign funds collected by presidential candidates in the United States as of March 2000. Gary Bauer; Bill Bradley; Pat Buchanan; Al Gore; John Hagelin; Alan Keyes; Lyndon LaRouche; John McCain; Dan Quayle.
- If politicians, like athletes, wore logos. Watzman, Nancy // Christian Science Monitor;9/6/96, Vol. 88 Issue 198, p18
Discusses the number of ways that the public may benefit from getting presidential candidates to wear corporate logos of their campaign contributors. Good for disclosure; Good for the economy; Good for the citizenship.
- Silicon Valley's emergence as political mecca. Sneider, Daniel // Christian Science Monitor;10/3/96, Vol. 88 Issue 217, p1
Discusses the visit of Republican vice president nominee Jack Kemp to the software company, Netscape in the Silicon Valley, to seek endorsements, and finances from entrepreneurs, who have made their fortune producing silicon chips. Information on President Bill Clinton's visit in September of...
- May the be$t man win. Buckley Jr., William F. // Cortlandt Forum;03/25/99, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p213
Focuses on the costs of running for the presidency in the United States. Issue of public financing; Problems on television advertising; Approaches to address the financial issue of running for president.
- Al Gore, man of the people? Confessore, Nicholas // American Prospect;12/06/99, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p22
Focuses on the financial support received by various presidential candidates in the United States for their electioneering initiatives. Comparison of the fundings received by presidential candidates George W. Bush, Al Gore, and Bill Bradley; Breakdown of the fundings received by different...
- At Waldorf it's beef, shrimp, and a lot of campaign cash. Scherer, Ron // Christian Science Monitor;4/17/95, Vol. 87 Issue 98, p3
Features the fund-raising campaigns of the 1996 presidential candidates as of April 1995.
- White House hopefuls make final push ahead of fundraising deadline. Stanage, Niall // Hill;6/30/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 96, p14
The article reports on the efforts of presidential candidates including U.S. President Barrack Obama, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to raise campaign funds and conduct fundraising before the deadline for the second quarter fundraising in July 2011.