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Sanders supporters shift votes, but not cash

by Kimberly Adams Sep 12, 2016
Courting political donations is about more than money, it's also about turnout.
A man holds up a sign at the California primary election night rally for Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders in Santa Monica, California. Many Sanders supporters have answered the Senator’s call and say they will vote for Clinton, but that support may not translate to donations.

 

 

 
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Drawing the line between contributions and bribes

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Mar 9, 2015
When it comes to a bribery investigation, a number of factors are considered.
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The magic small political donation number

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 5, 2012
Why do the Obama and Romney campaigns both set $3 as the entry-level donation?
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President Obama returns to Hollywood

by Sarah Gardner May 10, 2012
The president seeks more Hollywood cash now that GOP challenger Mitt Romney is cutting into his Wall Street donations.
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A look at the Obama campaign's money strategy

by John Dimsdale Apr 16, 2012
From small donors, big donors and super PACs, where will the president be getting his campaign cash?
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Campaign fundraising, pre- and post-primaries

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 3, 2012
How history has led to how recent electoral caucuses are run, and the waning influence of the super PACs in the coming general elections.
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Small donors elude Mitt Romney

by David Gura Mar 27, 2012
In the battle for bucks, small donors are giving much more to Romney's GOP rivals, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich.

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Birth certificate turned campaign merchandise

by Katharine Crnko May 19, 2011
People asked to see it, now you can wear it. The campaign to re-elect Barack Obama is selling t-shirts on its website that show the president's ...
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Follow the Money: The Influence Tracker

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Wired Magazine teamed up with MAPLight, a nonpartisan research organization, to make the Influence Tracker. Using publicly available information...