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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

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