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In Defense of Negativity: Attack Ads in Presidential Campaigns (University of Chicago Press, 2006)

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

12:00 PM (Luncheon to Follow)

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CCP welcomes the newest member of its team, Paul Sherman

PRESS RELEASE:  September 13, 2006

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Stephen M. Hoersting: (703) 682-9359

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CCP Announces Board of Academic Advisors

PRESS RELEASE:  September 12, 2006

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Stephen M. Hoersting: (703) 682-9359

Bradley A. Smith: (614) 236-6317 or (540) 287-8954

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High Court Declines to Find a Compelling Interest in Limiting Candidate Expenditures and Rules Vermont’s Contribution Limits Unconstitutionally Low

PRESS RELEASE: June 26, 2006

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Professor Lillian R. BeVier: (434) 924-3132

Erik S. Jaffe (202)237-8165

Professor Bradley A. Smith (614) 236-6317

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CCP Scholars Dispute Assertions That Contribution Limits Cannot Damage Competition if Set Too Low

PRESS RELEASE: June 15, 2006

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Professor Jeffrey Milyo, (573) 882-7785

Professor David Primo, (585) 273-4779

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FEC Makes the Right Decision on 527s

PRESS RELEASE: May 31, 2006

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Bradley A. Smith (614) 236-6317

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Polls Show that Citizens Do Not Favor Regulating Bloggers on the Internet

PRESS RELEASE: March 15, 2006

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Bradley A. Smith, Center for Competitive Politics (614) 236-6317

Stephen M. Hoersting, Center for Competitive Politics (703) 682-6359

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Awaiting Supreme Court’s Opinion on Whether Citizen Groups Can Speak Over Airwaves about Legislation or Legislators Close to an Election

PRESS RELEASE: January 23, 2006

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Bradley A. Smith (614) 236-6317

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