Movers & Shakers

July 2010
Campaigns & Elections (2010);Jul2010, Vol. 31 Issue 293, p14
An interview with Carl Forti, political director of American Crossroads, is presented. Forti says that the goal of American Crossroads is to spend money where they think it can be most effective. He emphasizes an issue about a special election in Mississippi when Freedom's Watch was running advertisements in the area. He also offers his views on the impact of Citizens United in 2010.


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