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Thursday, 30 August 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012
Even though the San Francisco Bay Area isn't exactly up for grabs in November, national candidates have been spending an awful lot of time here--and yes, that means candidates from both parties.

As the GOP parties it up (and stretches it out) in Tampa this week, a good amount of the money they're using to do it comes from an area much more associated with opening up its wallet to liberals than conservatives. (That's not including the approximately half of the $87 million American taxpayers will be "donating" to both conventions.)
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