Crabtree, Susan
May 2004
Daily Variety;5/20/2004, Vol. 283 Issue 33, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on producer Steve Bing's role in financing television advertisements designed to defeat United States President George W. Bush in the election in November 2004. Amount donated by Bing to the Center for Responsive Politics; Producer Marcy Carsey's donation to the organization; Federal Election Commission's decision not to regulate the political activity of political watchdogs.


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