This seat flips so often that any major party candidate will spend a substantial amount of time over the next 21 months dialing for dollars
- this will all but certainly be a multi-million dollar race.
I've been dialing for dollars
,'' he said, adding that when billionaires resist, he gives them a warning: "If I'm talking to some 70-year-old, I say, 'Do you really think your decision-making ability is going to be better when you're 95 with some blonde on your lap, or now?
You're not a website or a computerized voice providing them access to go dialing for dollars
Many times credit union collection departments do a lot of dialing for dollars
Get ready everybody for the next round of Dialing for Dollars
out there in retail-land.
In addition to limiting the influence of special interests in Congress, it would allow lawmakers and candidates to spend more time on the stump talking about issues, and less time on the phone dialing for dollars
DIALING FOR DOLLARS
ACNielsen universe estimates 1993 2000 Warehouse clubs 661 846 * Dollar stores 3,652 8,578 Mass merchandisers 6,547 5,768 Drugstores 49,437 41,113 Food stores & supercenters 171,858 162,101 Source: ACNielson (*) Family Dollar & Dollar General Within the primary channels for distribution of consumer packaged goods all channels but warehouse clubs and dollar stores have seen a shrinkage in store count from 1993 to 2000.
Bennett, a divided Supreme Court struck down a key provision of Arizona's campaign finance law that allowed candidates to focus on voters, not dialing for dollars
The candidates in the Senate District 6 race are not the only people dialing for dollars
while lawmakers are in town.
Members of Congress spend too much time dialing for dollars
The morning of furious dialing for dollars
in April in Kansas City paid off: NCEW and the NCEW Foundation met the $25,000 challenge.
It is where candidates can focus on the needs and concerns of their constituents rather than dialing for dollars