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Localizing the business of campaign memorabilia

The 2020 presidential election is less than a year away, so yard signs, buttons, bumper stickers, and other memorabilia are already out in full force. Thanks to inexpensive print on

How to Cover Money Podcast

Covering campaign finance

In this week’s episode, Leslie Wayne, adjunct faculty at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University, shares tips for covering campaign finance. She originally shared these tips

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Money angles this election cycle

With the Iowa Caucuses now in the rearview mirror, and New Hampshire and other early primary state elections primed for extensive media coverage, business and economic reporters can look into topical

Who’s really behind that ad?

If you’re in a battleground state, you’ve already noticed political ads on TV, radio and strategic spots on the web. But, do you know who actually placed them? The Associated

5 tips for covering campaign finance

The Reynolds Center held a workshop last week at the Native American Journalists Association conference in Washington, D.C., on covering the money in politics. The session was taught by Eliza

The rise of young Super PACs

Believe it or not, millennials are putting Jeb Bush’s face on flasks and beer koozies. That’s just one of the few ideas that the Millennials for Jeb super PAC (political action

The $4B presidential campaign?

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is back in the news. He’s been on the campaign trail, but he’s not looking for votes. He’s looking for money. As John Cassidy reports

The big case Justice Ginsburg wants to reverse

Few Supreme Court cases this decade have been as controversial as Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission, the 2010 decision that opened the door to free-spending by interest groups in

Dark money still here as Citizens United turns five

The New Yorker points out that this week marks the fifth anniversary of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the landmark Supreme Court decision that changed the landscape for campaign

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