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Congress hopefuls fill their war chests

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Maybe, in the world wrought by the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision in 2010, it doesn’t matter how much money a political candidate raises. Then again, maybe it does. The people running for Congress in and around the Capital Region — for the most part — have raised plenty of cash. Somehow they’re convincing donors they can break the gridlock, I guess. But thanks to Citizens United, corporations and big political action committees are ...

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