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The business behind political donations made online

by Kimberly Adams Sep 10, 2019
With more and more people donating to campaigns online, there’s more competition for who gets a slice of the fees attached to those donations.
Democratic presidential candidates on stage at the second round of primary debates in July in Detroit.
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To demonstrate staying power, Democratic candidates need to win debates and donations

by Andy Uhler Jun 26, 2019
20 Democratic candidates take the debate stage in Miami as a critical quarter of fundraising comes to an end.
A sign advertises the first Democratic presidential primary debates for the 2020 election, which take place June 26 and 27 in Miami, Florida.
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Election 2020

In crowded field, 2020 candidates scramble more for donors than for donations

by Kimberly Adams May 7, 2019
In a crowded field, Democratic presidential hopefuls are scrambling for attention.
A candidate's podium during the 2016 presidential debates.
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Voters disappointed, but not surprised, by debate

by Kimberly Adams Oct 10, 2016
Many voters wanted to hear about the economy, but heard political drama instead.
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump prepare to shake hands after the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri on Sunday.
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Ahead of debate, voters disappointed with choices

by Kimberly Adams Oct 7, 2016
Jobs, taxes, and race are on the minds of St. Louis voters ahead of second presidential debate.
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Ticker, ticker, on the wall...

by , and Sep 27, 2016
Markets as electoral crystal balls: They can be surprisingly accurate.
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Trump's trade adviser on globalization and NAFTA

by Kai Ryssdal Sep 23, 2016
Kai talks to republican nominee Donald Trump's senior trade adviser, Daniel DiMicco.
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The ads you see during the debate may be just for you

by Kimberly Adams Sep 23, 2016
Targeted ads are playing a big role for political campaigns as they prepare for Monday's debate.
A person looks at their cell phone as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the NAACP National Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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So, could Donald Trump get paid to debate Bernie Sanders?

by Donna Tam May 26, 2016
That’s not as outrageous as it might sound.
Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally on Friday. Trump has once again posed the question of why networks don't pay him to do their televised debates.
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What Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have in common

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer May 26, 2016
There's a lot, actually.
Presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump might be debating soon.
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