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Conn. GP challenge to apartheid campaign financing goes forward

from Newsday:

[U.S. District Court Judge Stefan] Underhill did determine that the plaintiffs have adequately alleged that Connecticut’s public funding system includes “unfair and unnecessary burdens” on certain candidates, such as minor parties. He’ll take up that matter at the end of April.

To qualify for public funds, all candidates must raise a certain number of contributions in $100 or less increments from individuals. But minor party and petitioning candidates must satisfy at least two additional requirements _ obtaining signatures or having received a certain percentage of votes in the last general election.

The plaintiffs claim the system unfairly benefits major party candidates.

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