Room For Lobbyists in Romney Campaign

Public Campaign Action Fund's David Donnelly was in The New York Times this weekend discussing the prevelance of lobbyists in the campaign of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

“These are the people who have made a career at the intersection of policy and presidential campaigns,” said David A. Donnelly, executive director of Public Campaign Action Fund, which advocates for public financing of elections and tracks campaign contributions. “To the extent that Mitt Romney depends on these people, and he gets elected, it’s four more years of business as usual in Washington.”

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