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Campaigns and Elections GOV 310 Lecture 9 Keith Sharpton Encourages Youth, Blacks to Vote The State, August 10, 2003
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and the question is… If Hillary Clinton ran for President and won, how would that change society? How would it change if she ran and didn’t win?
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Campaigns and Elections I. Campaign Organization II. Outreach Activities III. Finance IV. Types of Elections V. Who Runs Elections? VI. Who Wins Elections? VII. 2006: Texas, National Elections VIII. Election Issues and Reforms
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I. Campaign Organization The Candidate The Manager and Staff Consultants Volunteers
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II. Outreach Activities Marketing Materials Endorsements Polling Media Events Debates Block Walking
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Sample U.S. Senate campaign budget (O’Connor, Am Govt, 558)
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III. Campaign Finance
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Campaign Money and Party 1998 Republican sweep year in Texas. Statewide and legislative races: Republicans $83 million Democrats $38 million 2002 Nationwide: Republicans $511 million H+C Democrats $327 million H+C
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