The Jordanian government has been cracking down on news and other Internet sites. A new law requires those sites to be registered with the government, pay a large fee and to have a government approved editor for local sites. Some say the new law is another form of censorship.
The political consultants need to get paid, and that direct mail needs postage. Then there's the website and the campaign staff. These are the things candidates in the upcoming Virginia primary are spending big money on.
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