Homework - Brittney Brown April 27, 2010 POLS 1101 1. An...

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Brittney Brown April 27, 2010 POLS 1101 1. An individual citizen is allowed to donate $2,400 to a presidential campaign during the primary election cycle. 2. Re-election rates are high. Most members who run win. 3. The House on average have higher reelection rate. 4. A House incumbent has a $932,314 advantage over a challenger. 5. A Senate incumbent has a $7,048,366 advantage over a challenger. 6. An Open Seat candidate raises $817,584 more compared to a challenger for the House and $1,416,389 for the Senate. 7. The leading source of campaign contributions when you look at all four types of candidates is large individual contributions. The pattern is the same across the categories. 8. The percentage of the US population over 18 that donates $200 or more to candidates was 0.61%. 9. The percentage of the US population over 18 that contributed the maximum amount in 2008 to a candidate was 0.13%. 10. The percentage of Americans that voted in 2008 was 57% and the percentage that
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2011 for the course POLS 1101 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '06 term at Kennesaw.

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