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Campaign reform proposals have
found their way onto the desks of
many of the nation's top lawmakers,
some of whom name the issue as a
main priority.
However, while most members of
Congress agree the campaign financ-
ing system is in need of an overhaul,
they cannot reach a consensus about
how to do it.
"The process does need reform.
Too much time is spent raising
money, as opposed to governing,"
said Armetta Parker, deputy press
secretary to Sen. Carl Levin
(D-Mich.)
To raise enough money to sup-
port a typical re-election campaign,
Senators have to raise an average of
$16,000 each day of their six-year
term.
While public outrage over the in-
fluence of special interest groups has
grown over the years, many officials
claim they have little choice other
than to accept the money.
"The key remains the special in-
terest groups," said Rep. John
Schultz (R-Texas). "While the pub-
lic wants us to be less dependent on
them, the fact remains that if we
don't go after the money, then our
opponents will."
He added, "The alternative is to
limit the amount of spending and
have public funds finance that
amount, but I'm not sure the public
is willing to pay the bill.
However, reforming the system
may not be as simple as public
financing.
Rep. Marsha Wilson (R-Calif.)
said a major obstacle exists in that
Democrats are often unwilling to try
to change the system that has put
them in control of both branches of
Congress.
But Democrats are not the only
ones standing in the way of reform.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)
calls the Democrats' proposals for
public financing an "entitlement
program for the politicians."
Opponents counter that the cur-
rent system is an entitlement pro-
gram, but one that only serves the
incumbents.
"The challenger needs to be able
to spend more money than the in-
cumbent because they have to build
up the name recognition that the cur-
rent office-holder already has," said

Politicians, students ponder
campaign reform legislation
by Andrew Taylor

Political action committee contributions to congressional
candidates have grown to more than four times what they
were in 1980. PAC contributions to all candidates as of June
30 each election year:
150
$112.1
c 100
$24.91
c 50
'80 '92
Most PAC money goes to incumbents.
PACs gave $35.9 million to U.S. Senate races and $75.2
million to House races between January 1991 and June
1992. Where the money (in millions) went:

incumbents M:
House races
Republicans
Democrats
Senate races
Republicans
Democrats

challengers open seats

.....$1.0

...- $2.6

,E.. $0.5
f- $2.2
.E--'" $3.4

$4.7

Source: Federal Election Commission
Martin Devou, a Democrat who lost
the race for a California representa-
tive's seat.
Devou said under the current sys-
tem, political action committees
(PACs) give money almost entirely
to incumbents. He contends that
without public financing and limits
of PAC spending, anyone who is not
rich can not win an election.
Before the House last week,
Majority Leader Richard Gephardt
(D-Mo.) said, while public financing
is an incentive for the acceptance of
voluntary spending limits, "there are
other ways to encourage
compliance."
Reduced rates for mailing and
TV advertising are "the main in-
ducements to get the limits ac-
cepted," Gephardt said.
The average Senate campaign
costs $4 million - four times the
cost of a 1980 bid. The average
House campaign is $400,000, up
from $140,000 12 years ago.

ANDREW TAYLOR/Daily
"The problem is the amount of
money, that's the issue. It doesn't
really matter where it comes from,"
Parker said, adding that the overall
spending limit is more important
than the role of public financing.
Current proposals would prohibit
Senatorial candidates from taking
more than 20 percent of their funds
from PACs. House candidates would
be limited to $200,000.
University students' views on
campaign reform are as varied as
those found in Congress.
"I don't quite understand why
people are so much against PACs,
when almost everybody belongs to
at least one or more," said Brian
Smith, an LSA sophomore.
Engineering junior Randy
McHale said "There should be limits
on spending because an average per-
son can't afford to run for office.
Politics has become a game of the
rich, and that's not what it was in-
tended to be."

Holland details scientific
studies in Russel lecture

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by Kerry Colligan
Daily Staff Reporter
John Holland, professor of elec-
trical engineering, computer science
and psychology, delivered the Henry
Russel Lecture yesterday to a full
house in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
Holland's lecture, titled "Where
Did You Get That Idea?" examined
the creative and innovative aspects
of a complex adaptive system in a
sophisticated, technical manner..
To assist lay people in under-
standing his lecture, Holland com-
pared the adaptive system to an of-
fice, constantly generating and act-
ing on memos.
Holland described the process
that causes external action in the

side the office ... not often
(laughter)... but from time to time.
Those are the messages, then, that
cause the system to do something in
the external world," said Holland.
Holland's research in artificial in-
telligence assisted him in the pio-
neering work he has done, said
Rackham Dean John D'Arms.
"You are considered to be a vi-
sionary in the areas of cognition and
artificial intelligence," said D'Arms.
The Russel lectureship is the
highest honor the University gives to
a senior faculty member.
The Russel Award, given for ex-
cellence in teaching to assistant or
associate professors, was presented
to Jessy Grizzle for developing the
foundations of the nonlinear control
field, and to John Mitani for work in
primatology.

system.
"Every

now and then, a memo

Holland

will cause some kind of action out-

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