Arizona Tries New Approach to Campaigning As the spending in the presidential campaign escalates toward $1 billion for the election year, some reformers are wondering whether any law can ever make the system less dependent on fundraising. In Arizona, there's a drastic alternative already in place for state offices, and NPR's Peter Overby reports on how it's working.
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Arizona Tries New Approach to Campaigning

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Arizona Tries New Approach to Campaigning

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Arizona Tries New Approach to Campaigning

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As the spending in the presidential campaign escalates toward $1 billion for the election year, some reformers are wondering whether any law can ever make the system less dependent on fundraising. In Arizona, there's a drastic alternative already in place for state offices, and NPR's Peter Overby reports on how it's working.