Bradley Smith

Center for Competitive Politics

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Chairman of the Center for Competitive Politics; Professor of Law at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio and at West Virginia University; former chairman of the Federal Election Commission;

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There’s just nine weeks left before the mid-term elections—and there’s more money than ever for Senate and House campaigns.

Without Limits, Will Campaign Contributions Dominate Politics?

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To Vote or Not to Vote: Debate over Photo ID Laws Heats Up

Voter ID laws vary all across the United States. Some states require photos, while others do not.

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