Democrats Practicing Campaign Triage

Parker, Alex M.
October 2010
U.S. News Digital Weekly;10/15/2010, Vol. 2 Issue 41, p4
The article discusses the strategy of the Democratic Party of regulating the campaign money of 2010 candidates no longer in competitive races. It cites that the campaign money being pulled back is in the form of independent expenditures. It mentions candidates whose television advertisements have been cut including Florida representative Suzanne Kosmas and Arizona representative Harry Mitchell. It examines the monitoring of the Democratic and Republican parties of election spending.


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