Ironically, the one real exception to the money-wins rule was the one initiative that attempted to reduce the role of money in campaigns
He worked on several political campaigns
and served as an alternate delegate to the I996 Republican National Convention in San Diego and as a delegate to the 2000 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia.
Taking advantage of this moment of opportunity, the Public Campaign
Action Fund has launched a campaign
, "Seizing the Moment.
He's an observer as much as a participant, the novelist as campaign
CSCO and Adculture designed a two-pronged PR campaign
to drive the value proposition while also creating the climate where canola producers had sufficient background and confidence for uptake of the messages conveyed in the print ads and direct marketing efforts of the campaign
money--not votes--is now the currency of our democracy, determining who is able to run a viable campaign
for office, who usually wins, and who has the ear of elected officials," said Nick Nyhart, executive director of Public Campaign
SKC and Environics set the following campaign
The next day during a time of reflection, I had a strong inner thought to initiate a clean election campaign
based insurer a household name, but have also skyrocketed sales since the advertising campaign
with the duck began three years ago.
President Richard Nixon was gearing up for his re-election campaign
and needed cash.
While the most conservative GOP contenders--former Vice President Dan Quayle, commentator Pat Buchanan, and Christian right activist Gary Bauer--continue to spout anti-gay rhetoric, the campaigns
of Republican front runners George W.
In plain English, interest groups are free to spend money and resources attempting to influence the outcome of political campaigns
as long as they do not directly urge anyone to vote for or against a candidate.