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Democratic money jitters ease after big second quarter haul

Seattle Times Monday, 15 July 2019
WASHINGTON (AP) — Some big fundraising hauls by Democrats are easing worries that lackluster totals last quarter were a sign the party would struggle to stockpile cash for the general election fight with President Donald Trump. Second quarter totals must be reported by the end of Monday. But early glimpses some campaigns offered show they […]
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