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“Hillary Clinton Struggles to Replicate Obama’s Small-Donor Juggernaut”

NYT: In an illustration of the lack of enthusiasm for her among some liberal activists, just 24 percent of the contributors to Mrs. Clinton’s campaign so far have given $200 or less. In 2012, 43 percent of the money to … Continue reading ?
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