Bob Biersack

Center for Responsive Politics

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Senior Fellow at the Center for Responsive Politics, which tracks money in politics; co-author of After the Revolution: PACs Lobbies, and the Republican Congress and Risky Business?: PAC Decision-making in Congressional Elections; former staffer at the Federal Election Commission for 30 years

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