April 19, 2012


Ending the Campaign is the Hard Part

Bloomberg Businessweek: "Running for president is exhausting and all-consuming. Putting an end to a presidential campaign can be a nightmare that lasts years. There are employees, consultants, lawyers, and ad makers clamoring to be paid, ad buys to cancel, contracts and legal disputes to settle, office space, computers, phones, and furniture around the country to unload, and a staggering pile of disclosure forms and other paperwork to complete before the Federal Election Commission will certify that a campaign is officially over."

"In all, 38 past presidential contenders going back 16 years are still candidates, if only in the eyes of the federal government."










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