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Shows featuring Bill Buzenberg

  • Does Obama’s Record-Setting Fundraising Mark the End of Public Campaign Financing? Obamafinanceweb
    Sen. Barack Obama has raised a record campaign war chest after becoming the first presidential candidate to opt out of the government financing system since its establishment in 1976. Obama has spent nearly $188 million on advertising in the general election, doubling Sen. John McCain’s $91 million. We speak to Bill Buzenberg of the Center for Public Integrity. [includes rush transcript]
    October 22, 2008 | Story