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Main Democratic political committee lags GOP in fundraising

ATLANTA (AP) — The Democratic National Committee lags its GOP counterpart in fundraising despite the left's grass-roots energy since President Donald Trump's election. But financial disclosure reports at the start of this election year also show other Democratic groups and many individual candidates are in stronger positions. The Republican National Committee raised $132.
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