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WHY IT MATTERS: Issues at stake in election

Voters are disgusted with the way political races are paid for — disproportionately by big-money donors, including those who stand to gain or lose from government decisions. The rules even allow donors to hide their identities by giving to politically active nonprofit groups that don't file detailed public paperwork about their finances. Both presidential candidates talk a good game when it comes to money in politics, but both fail to back their words with action.
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