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What are Clean Elections?


Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

Billions will be spent in next year’s presidential election, but in seven states and two cities, local candidates will have the option of participating in a Clean Elections public financing system. Last month we were in NYC, at a Drum Major Institute event about taking big money out of politics.

Check out our Get Local map to find a Clean Elections group in your area.

For more information:
Drum Major Institute
Public Campaign
Democracy Matters
Brennan Center

One Response to “What are Clean Elections?”

  1. Prieglite Says:

    Good stuff, very nicely done!
    I Will be back!

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