Tuesday, October 29, 2002

Texas voters stood little chance of being informed about the sources of $1.7 million raised in the last nine days of the March 2002 primaries, including $343,328 that was reported after the election was over, a new study by TPJ found. The new study, The Morning After: Last-Minute Contributions in Texas’ 2002 Primary Elections, found special interests again are eluding public scrutiny by contributing in the last days of the general election campaign.

Read the media release and the full report.