A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that not one of them

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  1. Government

    Which of the following is a true statement about the power of congress? A. Congress may overrule the bill of rights B. Congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out it enumerated powers C. Congress may overrule decisions by federal judges D.

  2. English- Fallacies

    Decide which, if any, fallacy might be used to describe the following political slogans or phrases: the fallacies are: -scare tactic -either/or -slippery slope -sentimental appeals -bandwagon appeals -appeals to false authority -dogmatism -moral

  3. government

    why did the framers include the necessary and proper clause in the constitution a. to empower congress to pass laws needed to carry out the expressed powers b. to limit congressional powers to those expressly stated in the constitution c. to define the

  4. Statistics

    A large furniture store has begun a new ad campaign on local television. Before the campaign, the long term average daily sales were $24,819. A random sample of 40 days during the new ad campaign gave a sample mean daily sale of x(bar)=$25,910 with sample

  5. History

    1. What is a main difference in powers among the branches of the federal government? A. whether its officers can be impeached B. the length of terms of office C. the ability to pass laws without the consent of other branches D. whether they make new laws

  6. American government

    Which of the following accurately summarizes the different purposes of the First and the Second Continental Congresses? A.The First Continental Congress was held to write new laws for the colonies, while the Second Continental Congress implemented those

  7. Phi103

    Reporter: A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that not

  8. Geography

    what did singapore's government do soon after gaining independence ? A) The government suffered economic troubles that slowed population growth B) The government began a successful campaign to slow population growth C) The government began to rely on its

  9. math

    A company begins a radio advertising campaign in Chicago to market a new soft drink. The percentage of the target market that buys a soft drink is estimated by the function f(t)=100(1-e^-0.01t), where t is the number of days of the campaign. After how long

  10. government

    How did the decision in Citizens United v. FEC change campaign finance law? A. It finally put clear and enforceable limits on soft money. B. It removed any dollar restrictions on independent expenditures.***? C. It forced candidates for federal office to

  11. PHI

    4. Reporter: A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that

  12. Civics

    "Every bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the senate, shall, before it became law, be presented to the president of the united states: If he approval he shall sign it, but if he shall not return it, with his objections to that

  13. Math Algebra 1

    1. A company is deciding whether or not to hire a new worker. The company must pay the worker hourly and cover a daily cost for insurance. The cost to pay an hourly worker for one day is represented by the function y = 8x + 25, where x is hours. What is

  14. american history

    How did the Woodfrow Wilson's reform platform during the 1912 campaign differ from that of Theodore Roosevelt?

  15. Civics

    How does the principle of separation of powers limit Congress? A.Congress cannot enforce the laws that they make. B.Congress must interpret legislation for the courts. C.Congress must rely on the executive branch to introduce legislation. D.Congress must

  16. government

    which of the following is a way a bill can become a law without the president's signature a. the president delegates the signing of a bill to the vice president b. the president waits until the congress is not in session c. the president fails to act on

  17. statistics

    7. A recent study investigated the effects of a "Buckle Up Your Toddlers" campaign to get parents to use the grocery cart seat belts. When gathering baseline data prior to the campaign, investigators observed 86 out of 640 parents buckling up their

  18. logic

    Reporter: A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that not

  19. government

    1. How did the Watergate scandal affect policies surrounding campaign finance? A. The federal government instituted closer controls on campaign donations.***? B. There were no major changes to federal policy. C. Congress allowed for greater campaign

  20. AP Gov't

    reasons congress should be reformed. Are you asking about the personal scandals? campaign financing? forbidding filibustering? Please post your answers -- and we'll be glad to critique them. just in general. i was thinking more along the lines of the

  21. Statistics

    A large furniture store has begun a new ad campaign on local television. Before the campaign, the long term mean daily sales were $24,819. A random sample of 40 days during the new ad campaign gave a sample mean daily sale of $25,910. Does this indicate

  22. us history

    how did woodrow wilson's reform platform during the 1912 campaign differ from that of theodore roosevelt?

  23. US History

    Which of the following is not an outcome of the campaign at Chattanooga? A. Confederate forces forced Grant to surrender. B. Confederate forces fled to Georgia. C. Sherman had a base to launch his campaign through the South. I know for sure it's not C.

  24. goverment

    Candidates for presidental nomination are eligible to receive federal matching funds if they raise enough money on their own and if they agree: A. to participate in televised debates along with the other candidates. B. to enter the first contests in Iowa

  25. social studies

    supposed a president vetoed a bill passed by congress according to the information which of the following actions by congress would most likely ensure that the bill will become a law

  26. social study

    suppose the president vettoed a bill passed by congress according to the information which of the following actions by congress would most likely ensure that the bill will become law?

  27. Marketing

    The United States consumes one-fifth of all the world's coffee, making it the largest consumer in the world. But few Americans realize that agriculture workers in the coffee industry often toil in what can be described as "sweatshops in the fields." Many

  28. S.S

    9. " . . . Liberty by these little successes—and by the prudence—calmness—sedateness—& wisdom with which he facilitates all his Opperations. This being the case—and his having not wantonly thrown away the lives of his Soldiers, but reserved them

  29. business law

    Personal Bankruptcy In 2005, the U.S. Congress approved a major reform of federal bankruptcy laws. On the Internet, do research on "bankruptcy reform" or equivalent terms. Answer the following questions: a.What were the major reforms made to federal

  30. Algebra 1

    1. A company is deciding whether or not to hire a new worker. The company must pay the worker hourly and cover a daily cost for insurance. The cost to pay an hourly worker for one day is represented by the function y = 8x + 25, where x is hours. What is

  31. critical t hinking

    Reporter: A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that not

  32. phi 103

    A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that not one of them

  33. critical thinking

    A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that not one of them

  34. Logic Research

    A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates runing for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that not one of them

  35. Informal Logic

    11{1[2(06)06]}> Reporter: A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats

  36. Government

    Im reading about the oublic and campaign finance reform and how many candidates have talked about campaign finance reform but nothing has really changed. Many say that poltical contributions have too much influence on elections and that it is a major

  37. government

    What is the current status of campaign finance reform?

  38. government

    Most presidential campaign money during the general election is spent on: A. maintaining a campaign staff. B. television advertising. C. mass mailing of campaign literature. D. staging of personal appearances. I THINK IT'S B

  39. statistics

    a sales manager wants to know whether a special promotional campaign is a success. he had the following data-Retail outlets :1 2 3 4 5 6 ; Sales before campaign : 50 48 31 42 28 53 ; Sales after campaign : 56 55 30 45 29 58. Test at 5% LOS.

  40. PHI 105

    Assignment: Political Campaign Ads  Due Date: Day 7 [Individual] forum  Create a political campaign ad (a poster, a flier, etc.) for two political parties: one party that supports traditional moral and political philosophies and another party that

  41. politics

    The growth of political action committees: A. has made politics cleaner and fairer. B. was an unanticipated consequence of campaign reform. C. forced big-money contributors to donate illegally. D. is a new phenomenon directly linked to the Republican

  42. Us GOVERNMENT

    “The need for collecting large campaign funds would vanish [go away] if Congress provided an appropriation [federal money] for the proper . . . expenses of each of the great national parties, an appropriation ample [large] enough to meet the necessity

  43. philosophy

    Create a political campaign ad (a poster, a flier,etc.) for two political parties: one party that supports traditional moral and politcal philosophies and another party that supports modern moral and political philosophies. For each campaign ad, provide a

  44. Philosophy

    Create a political campaign ad (a poster, a flier, etc.) for two political parties: one party that supports traditional moral and political philosophies and another party that supports modern moral and political philosophies (modern vs. traditional

  45. interest groups again

    what is a campaign contribution? why do interest groups choose this as a technique to their advantage. this is what i have: Campaign contributions is getting financial help from resources or buying support from candidates. getting support helps the groups

  46. his

    napoleon russian campaign has been a disaster why? Describe the campaign what happened and the consequences for the french army and Napoleon Himself?

  47. Statistics

    As part of a fund raising campaign, the 12 members of the governing board of an organization pledge to raise $100,000. In the first month of the campaign, the average amount raised by the 12 board members is $5,200. How much more must they raise, on

  48. English help

    From the words below, supply the words needed to complete the sentences. Prodigious, Impartial, Profusion A. While the big money contributors had remained IMPARTIAL at the beginning of the campaign, when it narrowed down to the two chief contenders, a

  49. STAT

    You have been hired as a consultant for a company that would like to start a new marketing campaign to increase their online sales. They have given you data for 840 of their customers and would like to know who they should target in their new campaign

  50. government

    federal campaign laws apply to a. presidetial and congressional elections only b. all elections c. elections with campaign spending above certain levels d. PAC contributions b

  51. Marketing

    i need help completing these tasks...can u guys offer help on each of these taskS? thanks... task 1: describe how key aims and objectives for Nike may be achieved by promotional activity.. task1A: explain how the promotional aspect of the marketing mix

  52. US Government

    PACs are regulated by A) the Supreme Court B) the President C) the Congress D) the Federal Election Campaign Act

  53. Texas Government

    Campaign spending limits for state judicial races a. are mandatory. b. are voluntary. c. help Democratic candidates but hurt Republican candidates. d. have been effective in reducing campaign spending. I cannot find this answer. C and B are obviously not

  54. politics

    Good campaign advice for candidates running for office now would include: A. focusing only on raising hard-money donations from wealthy contributors. B. depending on public funding for campaign support. C. appealing to independent and younger voters. D.

  55. Government

    What might one conclude about politics prior to the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1974? A. Political machines had reached the height of their power. B. Loose campaign financing regulations were producing corruption. C. Patronage positions were leading

  56. government

    What might one conclude about politics prior to the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1974? A. Political machines had reached the height of their power. B. Loose campaign financing regulations were producing corruption.***? C. Patronage positions were

  57. United States History

    1.) Which of the following describes an effect of the watergate scandal? a.) Amendments to the federal election campaign Act limited the amount of money in an individual could legally give to a presidential campaign b.) The Freedom of Information Act

  58. Governemnt

    Could someone help me with choosing a campaign finance fact and creating a political cartoon based on that fact? Please it's due tmrw!

  59. social studies

    Which of the following actions is a check by the legislative branch on the actions of the executive branch? 1. The Congress overrides a presidential veto. 2. Senators are elected every six years. 3. Representatives of Congress have limits on campaign

  60. political science

    I have no clue on this one!!!! Bill Clinton's focus on domestic issues, what was NOT part of his "E2M2" campaign? A.Medicare B.Economy C.Education D.Energy

  61. American Goverment

    The nature of campaign finance tends to favor incumbency because (Points : 1) members of Congress can use unlimited amounts of money from the U.S. Treasury for their campaigns. political action committees prefer to give to members who support their

  62. Sociology/Social Responsibility

    I have to write two paragraphs on Gays in the Military. The Don't Ask Don't Tell" campaign. What mediums, messages and techniques did this campaign use to make it so effective. i CAN FIND A LOT OF INFO ON THE GAYS IN THE MILITARY, BUT NOTHING THAT HELPS

  63. Macroeconomics

    Can someone please explain this question to me? I have tried to pick out the key points but even then I do not know what to look up. Your bank is developing a marketing campaign to appeal to new customers. In a meeting, your manager asked the following

  64. math

    for $50,000 fundraising campaign, 98% of the funds have been raised. Which of the three forms would you choose to mentally calculate this amount?

  65. Social Studies

    What did Jeannette Rankin accomplish that made her famous? 1. She was part of the Underground Railroad. 2. She founded the national Woman Suffrage Association. 3. She was the first woman who was elected to Congress. 4. She ran Woodrow Wilson's campaign for

  66. Social Studies

    1. Laws begin with ideas that come from Representatives or from a ordinary citizen. Then the citizen writes to their local senator or rep. 2. The bill goes to the Senate were they do a discussion and vote. If more than half of the Senate approves the bill

  67. grammar 7

    Using the correct form of be and have in the present tense 7a. I was interested in working on the presidential campaign if the opportunity still exists. 7b. I am interested in working on the presidential campaign if the opportunity still exists. my answer

  68. english

    Comment on Ben Smith's commentary on the "lipstick on a pig" commenting on the motives of Obama's surrogates joking that Palin's record can't be concealed with lipstick, and the motives of the Republican charge that Obama compared Palin to a pig.

  69. government

    the president can pocket veto a bill only if a. it was produced by a conference committee b. congress's session is ending c. congress does not send it to him d. it is a tax bill b or d. i think b.

  70. English

    Ben Smith on Obama: 'Lipstick on a pig' Comment on Ben Smith's commentary on the "lipstick on a pig" remark copied below. Write about commenting on the motives of Obama's surrogates joking that Palin's record can't be concealed with lipstick, and the

  71. Civics

    Which of the following is a true statement about the power of congress? A. Congress may overrule the bill of rights B. Congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out it enumerated powers (i think its B) C. Congress may overrule decisions by

  72. Civics

    Which is a true statement about the power of Congress? A. Congress may overrule the Bill of Rights. ** B. Congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out its enumerated powers. C. Congress may overrule decisions of federal judges. D. Congress

  73. civics help plz

    Which is a true statement about the power of Congress? a)Congress may overrule the Bill of Rights. b)Congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out its enumerated powers. c)Congress may overrule decisions of federal judges. d)Congress may

  74. Math

    The campaign manager for one of the five candidates running for office in a city wants to conduct a survey to see how popular his candidate is among all voters in the city. He chooses the first name on a voter registration list at random and then goes

  75. history

    how did Woodrow Wilson's reform platform during the 1912 campaign differ from that of Theodore Roosevelt? a. Wilson supported federal regulation of business b. Wilson promised to preserve free economic competition c. Wilson supported tariff reduction d.

  76. American Government

    Proportional representation systems like those in Western Europe encourage the formation of smaller parties by enabling parties to: A. win legislative seats even though they do not receive a majority of votes in elections. B. receive campaign funds from

  77. history

    i really need help on this, i've been trying to answer it for so long, please help me How did Woodrow Wilson's reform platform during the 1912 campaign differ from that of Theodore Roosevelt? a. Wilson supported federal regulation of business b. Wilson

  78. government

    be aware of two significant facts about the legislative process. First, almost all legislation is considered in subcommittees composed of from six to ten members. Second, most legislation enacted into law passes without any changes in the way a bill is

  79. Statistics: Two Sample Population Confidence Inter

    Two Sample Population Confidence Interval: Before an intensive TV advertising campaign, the producers of Nike athletic shoes find that 30 of a random sample of 217 upper-income adults were aware of their new leisure shoe line. A second random sample of 352

  80. Civics

    which is a true statement about the power of Congress a. congress may overrule the bill of rights b. congress may pass any law necessary and proper to carry out its enumerated powers c. congress may overrule decisions of federal judges d. congress may

  81. english

    4a. John has become a rather good actor. 4b, John has became a rather good actor. Using regular and irregular verbs. I choose b. 5a. Some athletes have taken drug test to prove they are not on steriods. 5b. Some athletes have took drug tests to prove they

  82. Social Studies

    Congress passes a bill- The president veto's a bill- congress overrides the presidential veto Which principle of U.S. government is illustrated in the sequence above? judicial review checks and balances popular sovereignty federalism is it a?

  83. Microeconomics

    If John's preferences are given by U(c,D)=log(c)+D where c is consumption and D is total donations and a wealthy individual sets up a matching fund campaign where John's total donation (D) is given by D=kd where k is the expansion factor and d is John's

  84. History

    I have to write solutions on how to solve the social security problem (the amount to pay retirees will exceed the amount collected to finance the program.) The solutions are, raising the taxes that finance S.S. and Paying S.S. benefits only to people who

  85. government

    what do candidates do in an electoral campaign

  86. English

    7a. I was interested in working on the presidential campaign if the opportunity still exists. 7b. I am interested in working on the presidential campaign if the opportunity still exists. my answer is B. I need a rationale for this answer.thanks

  87. Maths

    A national record distribution company sells records and tapes by mail only. A promotion program is planned for a major metropolitan area for a new country western album. The target audience is estimated at 800,000. Past experience indicates that for this

  88. Marketing

    What steps should be taken for a business' advertising campaign?

  89. life orientation

    Campaign with responsibility interview questions

  90. Social Studies

    Who won the battle of the Atlanta Campaign

  91. math

    what is synonym or related word for campaign?

  92. History

    I need a campaign poster for populist party

  93. Math

    Barry has three bills to pay. The first bill is three times the amount of the second one. The third bill is ten times the amount of the second bill. The difference between the first bill and the third bill is $1050. What is the total of the three bills?

  94. Math

    Barry has three bills to pay. The first bill is three times the amount of the second one. The third bill is ten times the amount of the second bill. The difference between the first bill and the third bill is $1050. What is the total of the three bills?

  95. social studies

    I need to know the best way to explain what the atlanta campaign was to my 5th grader

  96. Social Studies

    Wat r 10 facts u didn't know about the Atlanta Campaign

  97. American Government

    Which statement is false? 1.)Most bills may originate in either house of Congress. 2.)To introduce a bill in the house, a representative drops a copy of the bill into a box called the hopper. 3.)After a bill is introduced, it can sit for weeks at a time

  98. government

    where would I go to find out about campaign ads for a government project? I am stuck

  99. government

    most important item a candidate needs to wage a succesful campaign

  100. history

    Can someone check my answers! Which of these is a true statement about the limits placed on the congress select all that apply A. The bill of rights gives congress power to tax citizens B. federalism places limits on congress by reserving certain powers to

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