Advocacy Groups and the 2004 Elections
The panelists discussed the role of their independent groups in the 2004 presidential campaign. These groups are not new, but they… read more
The panelists discussed the role of their independent groups in the 2004 presidential campaign. These groups are not new, but they (including tax statute number 527 groups) spent an unprecedented amount of money on campaign advertising. The first panel represented Republican groups and the second panel represented Democrats. Examples of ads were shown and the panelists discussed their strategies and experiences. After their presentations the panelists answered audience members' questions.
Mr. Steven Crowley participated by telephone. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Jamieson, Kathleen Hall Director University of Pennsylvania->Annenberg Public Policy Center
- Jones, David Treasurer Americans for Jobs, Health Care and Prog.
- LaCivita, Christopher Chief Strategist Swift Boat Veterans for Truth
- McCabe, Brian President Progress for America Voter Fund
- Moore, Stephen Founder and President Citizens Club for Growth
- Smith, Erik President Media Fund
- Zimmerman, Bill Manager MoveOn.org Voter Fund->Campaign
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