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Congressional Candidates Spend $1.16 Billion During 2003-2004: A Report by the Federal Election Commission
Bob Biersack (ed)
House & Senate candidates spent a total of $1.157 billion seeking office during 2003-2004, according to a Federal Election Commission summary. The 2,219 candidates who participated in primary & general election campaigns for the U.S. Congress raised a total of $1.206 billion during those 2 years. These figures were 24% higher than the Congressional campaigns of 2002. During 2003-2004, Senate candidates raised $497.5 million & spent $496.4 million, about 52% more than 2002 levels. House candidates also increased their financial activity during 2003-2004, raising $708.5 million, 10% above 2002 totals, while spending $660.3 million, up 7% from the previous election. Charts & tables.
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