Friday, February 12, 2010

What is the difference between political campaign ads, media companies and lobbyist?

Its a question I need to know for a project, but since I'm not really into politics I wanted to know people's opinion on the question! Otherwise where can I find the definiton to each one?


Thanks!What is the difference between political campaign ads, media companies and lobbyist?
Lobbyists are people that actually collect information and present it to legislators. they also make campaign contributions and give other gifts to curry favor with influential members. They are definitely not camplign ads although they may make them.





media companies own newspapers, magazines, radio and TV stations, and by now probably majoe web sites. They sell advertising space or time to candidates for the candidates' political campaign ads, The may even produce them.





Campaign ads are commercials for candidates or political wedge issues like abortion or gay marriage.What is the difference between political campaign ads, media companies and lobbyist?
You could look it up in any American Government book for high schoolers or college students, which they usually keep copies in the school library.





Or you could google it.





Opinion won't work on this, you need facts.
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