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PSCI Final How Campaign Money Affects Voters Morton Chapter 7 Inside the Black Box -campaign spending can influence voters in many ways, increasing voters. incentives to turn out. mobilization coordination- the level of campaign signals of candidates “ability”- levels of campaign spending might serve to to voters from contributers -tom mclintock (GOP) CA 2003 recall election vs Arnold. Had solid conservative credentials. had lots of support but lost. (tax interests group endorsees arnold) -voters have greater desire to coordinate their vote and choose a common candidate when the see that dong do presentness a worse outcome than that of splitting their vote -campaign contributions and endorsements by such interest groups can serve as a coordination mechanism for voters in primary elections -by endorsing them, they must help out interest group in favor -bush able to rise from computers because of contributions 2000 had the most money, very different story from 2004 dems, kerry had to borrow to stay in race
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