There are several reasons that it would be extremely difficult to effectively limit campaign spending and some of them shall be explained in this paragraph. The motives behind most political campaigns are to persuade voters and this is done with huge spending.Politicians seeking to be voted for need to travel across different states of the country in order to attract more voters to their candidates and they need to spend much in order to meet their target. The impression that these politicians have are that the more they spend, the more voters they have and in this case, it would be very difficult to effectively limit campaign spending. It is not possible to stop people campaigning to hold their political rallies as it would be like they are not given the opportunity to make their manifestoes known to the people. In the cases mentioned above, it would be extremely difficult to effectively limit campaign spending (Schmidt et al, 2009). There have been debates on whether the politicians in the U.S and especially Texas have much incentive to protect and defend the interest of the poor. However, one important question to be asked is: what is the background of these so called politicians?
The answer to this question would be seen if one considers the fact that majority of these politicians are people that live above the poverty line. The politicians are people that have good academic background and most of them are not from poor backgrounds.