Council for Better Government
In October 2002, Washington Post reporter Thomas B. Edsall reported that "One new organization that declined to reveal its funding sources—the Council for Better Government—has spent about $1 million for ads on black radio stations urging African Americans to consider voting Republican."
The Center for Public Integrity reported in July 2005 that the Republican Leadership Coalition had given $1.2 million to the CPC, "which reportedly aired television and radio advertisements touting GOP efforts."
In the 2004 campaign cycle, the CBC reported to the Federal Election Commission that it had received $244,000 from Americas PAC (see Richard Nadler for information), $25,000 from the Republican Leadership Coalition, and $25,000 from John Uhlmann.
Note: Americas PAC, the Republican Leadership Coalition, and Access Communications are all affiliated with Richard Nadler.
Spokesman: John Altevogt 
Edwardsville, Kansas 66111
- Council for Better Government, CampaignMoney.com.
- Council for Better Government, Center for Public Integrity.
- "GOP Activist Seeks Black Votes," Associated Press (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel), October 11, 2002.
- "Trojan Horse Watch," The Black Commentator, October 17, 2002.
- Thomas B. Edsall, "Drug Industry Financing Fuels Pro-GOP TV Spots. Spending Swamps Donations for Liberal Ads by 3-1 Margin," Washington Post (truthout), October 23, 2002.
- "Conservative Ads Reach Out to Blacks and Hispanic," Declaration Foundation, October 25, 2002.