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“How Democrats Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love Big Donor Money”

NYT: More than two-thirds of the Democrats’ cash went to a dozen presidential battlegrounds critical to any Clinton victory. The biggest beneficiaries were Florida, which has taken in close to $3.5 million, and Pennsylvania and Ohio, which have each received … Continue reading ?
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