Soft money

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Soft money are donations and expenditures that are spent indirectly on elections in ways other than donations to a politician/candidate's campaign.

Soft money is subject to fewer regulations because it is not spent as effectively as hard money. For example, soft money cannot be used to "expressly advocate" voting for a candidate.

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