Campaign Expenditures in the United States Series

Investigator(s): Federal Election Commission

The Campaign Expenditures in the United States series is made available by the Federal Election Commission (FEC) through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The series provides longitudinal data about the United States Senate or House of Representatives committees involved in federal campaign finance within an election cycle, and on each registered candidate for the U.S. Senate or House of Representatives. Data are furnished on the contributions received and spent by the candidates, and the United States Congressional campaign contributions, disbursements, debts, and total expenditures for and against political candidates. The most current data are available on the FEC Web site.

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2007
National Center for Health Statistics . Health, United States, 2007. With Chartbook on Trends in the Health of Americans. Hyattsville, MD: United States Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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1999
Florence, Robert E. An analysis of PAC contributions and legislator quality. Atlantic Economic Journal. 27, (1), 59 -
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1997
Dabelko, Kirsten la Cour,  Herrnson, Paul S. Women's and men's campaigns for the U.S. House of Representatives. Political Research Quarterly. 50, (1), 121-135.
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1997
Taylor, Davis F. The relationship between firm investments in technological innovation and political action. Southern Economic Journal. 63, (4), 888-903.
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1997
Williams, John T.,  Collins, Brian K. The political economy of corporate taxation. American Journal of Political Science. 41, (1), 208-244.
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1996
Box-Steffensmeier, Janet M. A dynamic analysis of the role of war chests in campaign strategy. American Journal of Political Science. 40, (2), 352-371.
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1996
Hansen, Wendy L.,  Prusa, Thomas J. Cumulation and ITC decision-making: The sum of the parts is greater than the whole. Economic Inquiry. 34, (4), 746-769.
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1995
Gaddie, Ronald Keith,  Bullock, Charles S., III . Congressional Elections and the Year of the Woman: Structural and Elite Influences on Female Candidates. Social Science Quarterly. 76, (4), 749-762.
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1994
Krasno, Jonathan S.,  Green, Donald Philip,  Cowden, Jonathan A. The dynamics of campaign fundraising in House elections. Journal of Politics. 56, (2), 459-474.
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