- Organizations supporting Hillary Clinton have raised nearly $200 million, while the handful of organizations backing Donald J. Trump have raised less than half that amount.
- The Democrats’ success in part reflects Mrs. Clinton’s ties to elite donors and her allies’ willingness to exploit the 2010 ruling in the Citizens United case.
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