Mitt Romney: Is $247 Million Enough to Buy the Presidency?

Mitt Romney: Is $247 Million Enough to Buy the Presidency?

by Deena Shanker
     
 

Thanks to Citizens United, campaign finance is drastically different in the the current electoral climate. 2012 will mark the first election since 1972 in which presidential candidates do not accept matching government funds. Both parties' candidates will be able to raise and spend as much money as they possibly can. Candidate Mitt Romney's staggering wealth and

Overview

Thanks to Citizens United, campaign finance is drastically different in the the current electoral climate. 2012 will mark the first election since 1972 in which presidential candidates do not accept matching government funds. Both parties' candidates will be able to raise and spend as much money as they possibly can. Candidate Mitt Romney's staggering wealth and the record campaign expenditures predicted for this election makes him an influential player in this new era.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781614642831
Publisher:
Hyperink
Publication date:
05/10/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
27
File size:
466 KB

Meet the Author

Deena Shanker is a writer living in San Francisco. After moving to the west coast from New York City in the fall, she is loving San Fran's beautiful weather, colorful architecture, and never-ending vegetarian food options. She loves visiting the beach with her dog, Barley, and eating cheese (also sometimes with Barley). She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Barnard College.

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