$15 million push for Fair Elections Now Act

Eggen’s got the report.

Two interest groups plan to spend as much as $15 million this year on a nationwide campaign in favor of new public-financing legislation aimed at limiting the influence of wealthy donors and large corporations in congressional races.

(I don’t like to post more than 10 posts a day so I’ll add a link to a new Florida public financing lawsuit here.  Candidate for Governor Rick Scott is suing to prevent the use of his personal funds from giving a financial boost to his opponent Bill McCollum.)

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