The U.S. campaign finance system has undergone fundamental changes in the last 15 years. Relying on new research from several of the nation’s foremost experts, this report examines the legal, political, and technological shifts that have combined to shape the current campaign finance regime.
Leading experts will release a report on the current state of the U.S. campaign finance system and discuss its implications for future elections.
This year, perhaps more than ever before, it will be important to have the voting public well informed about how the electoral process works.
Data will help to diagnose the causes of long lines, predict where they may happen in advance of elections, and develop tools to allocate resources to the precincts most in need.
Governor John Kasich signed the bill into law after it passed both chambers of the Ohio General Assembly with strong bipartisan support.
Robert Bauer, Charles Black, Anita Dunn, and Matt Rhoades discussed the vice-presidential selection process and presented new recommendations on the topic to the 2016 candidates.
For the presidential campaigns, beginning early and devoting adequate time to vetting and selecting a running mate has never been as important as it is this year.
Due to early national conventions and undecided primary races, time is short, and every active campaign should be starting to vet potential running mates now.