Commentary: The Candidate As A Campaign SpectatorBy
The outcome of the Presidential election may remain shrouded in a Florida fog. But one fact emerges clearly from the mists of Campaign 2000: The hugely inconclusive struggle was the costliest election in history. Candidates, parties, and interest groups spent $3 billion, up a staggering 50% from the $2 billion record set in 1996.
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