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Handbook of Campaign Spending: Money in the 1990 & 1992 Congressional Races
Handbook of Campaign Spending: Money in the 1992 Congressional Races
Call Number: Reference JK 1991 .M78 1994
provides an analysis of all separate expenditures reported to the FEC by candidates who sought congressional office in 1990 and 1992. Spending categories included:
Other Campaign Activity
To civic organizations
To ideological groups
To political parties
Handbook of Campaign Spending: Money in the 1990 Congressional Races
Call Number: Reference JK 1991 .F75 1992
Other Book Resources
1976 Federal Campaign Finances (Common Cause)
Call Number: Reference JK 1991 .C655 1977 (1975-1976)
- Vol. 1 - Interest Group & Political Party Contributions to Congressional Candidates (Arranged by Interest Group & Political Party)
- Vol. 2 - Interest Group & Political Party Contributions to Congressional Candidates (Arranged by Candidate: Alabama-Mississippi)
- Vol. 3 - Interest Group & Political Party Contributions to Congressional Candidates (Arranged by Candidate: Missouri-Wyoming) and Interest Group Contributions to 1976 Presidential Primary Candidates
Almanac of Federal PACs
Call Number: Reference JK 1991 .A744 (1988-2006/07)
"profiles of each PAC, with history, membership, and affiliate PACs; ...financial data including how much money each PAC raised over the past five election cycles."
"brings together the UCLA School of Law, the Center for Governmental Studies and the California Voter Foundation in a collaborative effort to achieve three goals: - Classify and evaluate the campaign disclosure laws of the 50 states. - Design and promote a set of uniform standards and model laws for state reporting and disclosure practices, based upon the findings of the evaluation above. - Encourage the adoption of these standards by grading the states according to their disclosure laws and practices and by promoting the findings through publications, conferences and websites."
"a non-partisan, non-profit institute, affiliated with The George Washington University, that conducts objective research and education, empanels task forces and makes recommendations for policy change in the field of campaign finance."