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  • Money And Politics

    August 14th, 2012
    ideas, politics
    How far does a political donation go? Consider some organization like the Democratic party that spends money on various local races. What if they used their normal process for deciding which campaigns to give to, randomly excluded some of them, then looked at what this did to the win/loss rates of the two groups of campaigns?

    Alternatively, shall we found RandomPAC?

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