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Trump’s deal with the RNC shows how big money is flowing back to the parties

May 18, 2016, The Washington Post

Rob Kelner is quoted in a Washington Post article regarding the impact of changes to campaign fundraising rules in 2014 on donations to this year’s presidential campaigns. According to Kelner, “It is a partial return to the soft-money days, and in my own view, it doesn’t go far enough.” He continues, “The end of soft money dramatically disempowered the political parties, and that is one reason that our politics have become so turbulent ever since.”

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