No, Money Didn't Buy the Midterms

Goldmacher, Shane
November 2014
National Journal;11/8/2014, p3
The author reflects on the results of the 2014 midterm elections in the U.S. Topics discussed include the campaign launched by Majority Leader Harry Reid against his brothers Koch, Charles and David since the start of the election cycle, the factors which may have contributed to the loss of the Democrats and the record amount spent for the elections. Also mentioned is the difference on how the Democrats and Republicans have raised their money.


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