Wednesday, September 5, 2007

InfoCision Watch

A Wealth of Advice

Nearly $2 billion flowed through consultants in 2003-2004 federal elections

Since publishing this story Sept. 26, 2006, the Center For Public Integrity updated the total figure paid to consultants from $1.78 billion to $1.85 billion. This reflects an additional consultant, InfoCision Management Corporation, paid $62 million for phone banks and fundraising services. The Center also identified additional payments to a media and a phone consultant. The additions changed the percentage of the total paid to phone consultants, (from 3 percent to 7 percent), to media consultants (from 67 percent to 65 percent), and to direct mail consultants (from 17 percent to 16 percent).


Anonymous said...

Why don't you post something of use? Just reading through your things it seems you have some kind of personal vendetta against a company and really nothing else to say.

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Anonymous said...

why don't you read a different blog?

It's fun combing through the scant comments to find dumbass complaints. I like this blogger now. I don't know much about Infocision, but I also don't trust political fundraising, so I am not exactly heartbroken that he is posting such. And, Mr. Dumbass, there is nothing 'personal' about the short informative post given here, which points us more to numbers than anything else. You, like others complaining here, are a seeming idiot.