IQ2 debate, Super PACS: Is Money in Politics Still Overregulated?
Super PAC spending is on course to make 2012 the most expensive presidential election in history. Super PACS may spend and receive unlimited amounts of money from individuals, corporations and unions to advocate for political candidates. Have Super PACS changed the political landscape, and are they good for democracy?
- David Keating: President, Center for Competitive Politics and executive director of Club for Growth.
- Jacob Sullum: Senior editor, Reason Magazine
- Trevor Potter: President and general counsel of the Campaign Legal Center
- Jonathan Soros: Senior fellow, Roosevelt Institute, and co-founder, Friends of Democracy