“The 2012 election brings a new kind of fundraiser: The super bundler”


A wealthy donor now has the ability to give nearly $67,000 directly to a presidential candidate and his or her party, plus unlimited amounts to super PACs — which must reveal their donors — and nonprofit advocacy groups, which do not. What’s more, donors can enlist their friends and family in the effort and funnel their largesse through opaque corporations, compounding their influence within a candidate’s inner circle.


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