Meet the 24 Donors Who Have Given $65.6M to Pro-Clinton Super PACs
Money and politics are a bit like milk and cookies: You can’t really have one without the other. While that’s always been true, the dynamic shifted dramatically in 2010 when super PACs entered the fray, courtesy the Supreme Court case Citizens United v. FEC. The new setup has some political prognosticators anticipating a presidential election that costs upward of $5 billion.
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