Disclosure Handouts

Policy Primer: Campaign Finance Disclosure – The Devil is in the Details

As this Policy Primer on campaign finance disclosure explains, although advocates for greater regulation of political speech claim that there are large amounts of undisclosed money in politics, in fact, all spending that calls for the election or defeat of candidates is already disclosed, as is all spending and all but the smallest donations to […]

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CCP Half-Pagers: The Truth About Campaign Finance

There are a number misconceptions and myths about campaign finance. CCP created these half-pagers to address some of these misconceptions: Three Myths About…Campaign Contribution Limits Three Myths About…Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission Three Myths About…Disclosure Three Myths About…Money in Politics Three Myths About…Super PACs Three Myths About…Tax-Financed Campaigns What You Need to Know About…SpeechNow.org […]

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Legislative Brief — S. 3369, the DISCLOSE Act of 2012

This Legislative Brief analyzes S. 3369, the DISCLOSE (“Democracy is Strengthened by Casting Light on Spending in Elections”) Act of 2012, with a focus on four key flaws of the legislation. Despite concerted attempted by Democrats to push previous versions of the DISCLOSE Act through Congress in past legislative sessions, it has yet to pass. […]

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