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Howard Dean's Fundraising

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Howard Dean's Fundraising

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Howard Dean's Fundraising

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Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean is polling his supporters online on whether he should forgo public financing in the primaries. We'll discuss Dean's move and what it means for the future of the public campaign financing system.

Guest:

Carol Darr
*Director of the Institute for Politics, Democracy and the Internet *Professor of law and ethics in politics at George Washington University

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