“What happens to public financing?” The Times asks.
The outcome promises to have a profound impact on future presidential runs, either upping the fund-raising ante irrevocably or forcing sweeping changes to prevent such large amounts of cash from coursing through campaigns again. But just as it has in this election cycle, it is quite likely that politics, as much as principle, will shape the jockeying.
This seems to say “politics” will influence the path of campaign finance reform. Don’t miss this CCP post on the topic.