Campaign finance laws won't hurt candidates like Mayor Bloomberg. Cam Edwards speaks with Tim Lee, Vice President of Legal Affairs for the Center For Individual Freedom about the big money being spent on campaigns this election year. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has broken the record for personal campaign spending by dropping $110-140 million on his race. New Jersey gubernatorial incumbent Jon Corzine has also spent millions of dollars this year. Edwards and Lee point out that campaign finance laws often only serve to help candidates like these try to buy elections.