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buffdad

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I don't have a definitive answer, but I have a few clues


the constitution says the states can run elections

But then the fed steps in and says there are rules that must abide the constituton

So you get a bucket load of funding laws that they find a way around, 501.c3,4, etc

But the states run the elcetions, and they have set up nationwide rules, defined mostly by the parties, but supported by the states

So primary rules are all over the lace, registration requirement, all that stuff. ANd the parties set up the registration.

So I think the def gives money to the syayes to provide some minimum money to keep the private money out of it, or something like that

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Posted: 05/20/2016 at 6:36PM



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