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Bernie Moves To Larger Donors

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Bernie Moves To Larger Donors

Bernie Moves To Larger Donors

Bernie Sanders — who swore off big-money fundraisers and criticized Hillary Clinton’s fundraising as “obscene” during the 2016 campaign — is changing his approach as the scramble for Democratic campaign cash heats up.

The Vermont senator has decided to hold in-person fundraising events where donors of all means will be invited and the media will be allowed.

He has also hired a fundraiser to oversee the effort, a position he did not have in his 2016 bid.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2019, FILE PHOTO MANDATORY CREDIT A APRIL 15, 2019, FILE PHOTO




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