Campaign finance reform favored by large majority
Published: November 16,1998
The Republicans losing a small number of seats in Congress means that the next Congress will fairly evenly matched between the two parties. And while Democrats are celebrating their victory, there are some signs that many Americans are not enamored with either political party, and believe that candidates on both sides are willing to sell out to the highest bidder.
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