CPI: Power shifts to outsiders in U.S. Senate fight (In the News)

By Michael Beckel
David Keating, the president of the Center for Competitive Politics, which favors increased deregulation in elections, sees this as a positive development.
“Whenever there’s more speech that means there’s more information for voters,” says Keating, adding that such information helps “drive” voters to the polls.
Challengers, in particular, he continued, are generally helped “when there’s more money spent informing people about the incumbent’s record.”

The Center for Competitive Politics is now the Institute for Free Speech.