Options for Continued Reform of Money in Politics: Citizens United Is Not the End

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Nicole Gordon

Baruch College Marxe School of Public and International Affairs at CUNY; NYC Campaign Finance Board

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Date Written: June 6, 2016

Abstract

This article sets forth areas in which campaign finance reform can be accomplished post-Citizens United. After exploring options, it concludes that all options should be pursued, the most fertile area for reformers is state-based reform, especially for judicial elections.

Keywords: Elections, Campaign Finance, Money in Politics, Citizens United, Campaign Finance Reform

Suggested Citation

Gordon, Nicole, Options for Continued Reform of Money in Politics: Citizens United Is Not the End (June 6, 2016). Albany Law Review, Vol. 80, Forthcoming; NYU Wagner Research Paper No. 2775452. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2775452

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