Tuesday, March 29, 2011

"Clean Elections Law in Maine Under Fire"

"The overwhelming majority of Maine lawmakers rely on the state's 10-year-old Clean Elections system to fund their campaigns, as are an increasing number of candidates for governor. But some legislators say Maine can no longer afford the public funding option, and say its time to redirect that money, as much as five million dollars a year, into more important state services."
The Main Public Broadcasting Network has more.

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