This year's election is set to cost $11 billion dollars, according a study from the Center for Responsive Politics. Their findings also show small individual donations are playing an increasing role in political fundraising, despite the recession. Newsy's Austin Kim takes a look at what's driving more voters to donate.
2020 Political Fundraising Is Setting Records, Thanks To Small Donors
A Center for Responsive Politics estimate says the 2020 election will cost $11 billion. Small donors are playing a key role, even in a recession.
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