Campaign finance activity for the 2002 statewide ballot questions by Massachusetts. Office of Campaign and Political Finance

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Published by Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Office of Campaign & Political Finance in Boston, Mass .

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  • Campaign funds,
  • Statistics,
  • Referendum,
  • Elections

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Other titles$2.3 million spent on statewide ballot questions in 2002.
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