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New Battleground Poll: Money-in-Politics One Issue That Transcends Partisan Divide
Washington, DC—Partisanship drives most issues these days, but concern over the influence of money-in-politics is one of the few areas with the power to breakthrough the otherwise divisive national conversation in top battleground districts, according to new polling released today by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner for Democracy Corps and Public Campaign Action Fund.
Submitted by David Donnelly on Fri, 12/06/2013 - 23:12
Given the news coverage and a handful of queries I’ve received about a recent poll commissioned by United Republic’s Represent.Us, and the recent interest in their work by noted election attorney Bob Bauer, I asked Public Campaign Action Fund’s Political Director, Jeff Robinson, to take a look at the polling memo released by the organization and the underlying top lines. His response is below.
Submitted by Adam Smith on Fri, 11/15/2013 - 15:07
“50 to 75”
That’s how many fundraiser invites Quinn Gillespie Associates President John Feehery says he gets in a week. QGA Chairman Jack Quinn said for him, “It varies, but I get a lot more invitations than I can afford to respond to.”