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Internet Critical Tool For Political Cash

Monday, December 18, 2006

Retired naval officer Joe Sestak out-raised incumbent Republican Curt Weldon to seize a House seat in suburban Philadelphia-aided by nearly $900,000 in Internet contributions. This year`s midterm elections offered fresh examples of the ways the Internet is changing how candidates in both parties raise money.

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