Arlen Specter

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Arlen Specter was a Democratic member of the United States Senate, representing Pennsylvania.

Introduced EFCA

EFCA was introduced in the House of Representatives by Reps. George Miller (D-California) and Peter King (R-New York) and in the Senate by Senators Edward Kennedy (D-Massachusetts) and Arlen Specter (R-Pennsylvania) in April 2005. [1]

Radical intern

Talat Shah was an Intern at Harrisburg office of Pa Senator Arlen Specter, 2006.[2]

IAPAC money

Senator Arlen Specter received money from the Iranian American Political Action Committee during the 2006 election cycle.[3]

Fair Elections Now Act

In 2010 Senator Maria Cantwell signed on as a Senate co-sponsor of the Fair Elections Now Act (FENA), S.752 - joining Senator Dick Durbin (original sponsor) and other Senate colleagues for a total of nine.

In the Senate, others were Sens. Barbara Boxer, Chris Dodd, Russ Feingold, Kirsten Gillibrand, Tom Harkin, John Kerry, and Arlen Specter. [4]

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