One Billion Reasons Folks Hate Politics
It may cost $1 billion to elect 470 people to federal office in 1996: one President, one Vice-President, 33 senators, and 435 representatives. That's twice what it cost in 1992. The sums are so huge that elected officials are increasingly beholden to contributors who want political favors in exchange for cash. No wonder voters are alienated.
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