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“The Other Campaign Madness: Mega-Donors”

NYT editorial: Whatever voters’ disappointment with the fractious and bitter election campaign, the moneyed forces underpinning the candidates are quietly doing very well. It’s estimated that the $6.3 billion record set for election spending by presidential and congressional candidates in … Continue reading ?
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