U.S. House Incumbent Fundraising and Spending in a Post-Citizens United and Post-McCutcheon World
Eric S. Heberlig and BRUCE A. LARSON examine how the changing campaign ﬁnance landscape affects the resources available to those who consider running for political ofﬁce. As incumbents running for the U.S. House of Representatives distribute more funds among themselves, less gets shared with potential new recruits.
The Campaign Finance Cases: Buckley, McConnell, Citizens United, and McCutcheon, Melvin I. Urofsky Reviewed by Eric S. Heberlig
Party Influence in Congress, Steven S. Smith Reviewed by Eric S. Heberlig
Issue Politics in Congress, Tracy Sulkin Reviewed by Eric S. Heberlig
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