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By Deborah Fisher, published on August 28, 2017

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August 28, 2017 by Deborah Fisher

The Encyclopedia of the First Amendment has two main case collections on election regulations:

Campaign Finance and Anti-Corruption Regulations, which includes summaries of 28 U.S. Supreme Court cases dealing with campaign finance, ranging from limits on expenditures, disclosure of contributors, and limits on contributions.

Election Regulations and Ballot Access, which includes summaries of 23 U.S. Supreme Court cases dealing with the election process and ballot access.

 Other articles of interest:

Anonymous Speech

Ballot Access

Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002

Campaign Regulation

Corporate Speech

Disclosure Requirements


Express Advocacy

Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971

Issue Advocacy

Political Parties

Tillman Act of 1907


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