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How can interest groups help their members become informed voters? Why do many interest groups spend their time and money educating citizens on legislative issues and candidates?


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As we've learned by reading through this chapter, interest groups can educate the general populace about matters of their concern in multiple ways. Foremost, field experts are generally attracted to interest groups which means that their public appearances are often based on concrete knowledge which they've acquired themselves or in cooperation with other experts, part of the same group. This means that interest groups are generally a quality source of information about specific subjects for both the policymakers and the general population trying to learn more about an issue.

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