If there is money for elections, there should be money for our communities. Raise money for our country like how you hustle to raise money for your campaign.
Individuals should take personal responsibility for knowledge acquisition and campaigns against ignorance.
Campaigns are about adjustments.
Influencing voters is the crux of all poll campaigns.
Almost all political campaigns involve falsity and playacting.
The decision in McCutcheon v. FEC is a devastating blow in efforts to rein in out-of-control costs of campaigns.
Rules are not improved by sloganeering, fact-free letter-writing campaigns, or special pleading from interest groups.
Ultimately, presidential campaigns are - or at least should be - about the candidates, not their spouses or surrogates.