CCP Welcomes Research Fellow Joe Albanese to External Relations Staff

The Center for Competitive Politics is pleased to welcome Joe Albanese to our External Relations team as a Research Fellow. Prior to joining CCP, Joe was a Business Development Consultant and Campaign Coordinator at Oracle Corporation in Massachusetts, a Summer Analyst at Summit Consulting in Washington, and an Intern in the Senate offices and re-election […]

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Daily Media Links 7/5: The Corrupting Crusade against ‘Corruption’, Clinton super PAC returns $200,000 in contributions, and more…

Supreme Court National Review: The Corrupting Crusade against ‘Corruption’ George Will Due process is denied when the law does not give due notice of what behavior is proscribed. And during oral arguments in April, Justice Stephen Breyer issued a warning that was echoed by Roberts’ opinion last week. Breyer said a definition of corruption that […]

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Daily Media Links 7/1: Changing Lanes: Need for Disclosure Limits, PAC Contributions Nearly Half of 2016 Campaign Money, The FEC has no business judging Fox News’s debate, and more…

Dangers of Disclosure RealClearPolitics: Changing Lanes: Need for Disclosure Limits Kimberley Strassel Kimberley Strassel discusses her book, The Intimidation Game. Watch… Independent Groups Bloomberg BNA: PAC Contributions Nearly Half of 2016 Campaign Money Madi Alexander While the share of total contributions going to PACs has increased sharply in the current cycle, the analysis of FEC […]

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