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How Democratic Presidential Candidates Are Making Uber And Lyft Very, Very Happy

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How Democratic Presidential Candidates Are Making Uber And Lyft Very, Very Happy

How Democratic Presidential Candidates Are Making Uber And Lyft Very, Very Happy

Business Insider reports Uber and Lyft are raking in big money from the 2020 presidential candidates .

How?

In total, 18 Democratic hopefuls spent more than $87,000 on rides and meals in the first half of 2019.

Sen.

Kamala Harris of California easily spent the most on the apps, at $14,708.

Others, like former Texas state Rep.

Beto O'Rourke and billionaire Tom Steyer, aren't disclosing any expenses to the companies.

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