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'Citizen Koch' Explores How Big Money Threatens Democratic Processi
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Penelope Poulou
July 08, 2014 5:27 PM
The impact of money on American politics is the focus of the documentary Citizen Koch, which follows the 2012 reelection campaign of Republican Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and his under-the-radar campaign financing by billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch. As VOA’s Penelope Poulou reports, the film explores how big money can threaten the democratic electoral process.

'Citizen Koch' Explores How Big Money Threatens Democratic Process

Penelope Poulou

Published July 08, 2014

The impact of money on American politics is the focus of the documentary Citizen Koch, which follows the 2012 reelection campaign of Republican Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and his under-the-radar campaign financing by billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch. As VOA’s Penelope Poulou reports, the film explores how big money can threaten the democratic electoral process.


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