Democratic Party Fundraising Slumps In August

Democratic Party fundraising slumps in August

The Democratic National Committee raised about $5.5 million in August, its worst fundraising month of the year, down from $6.7 million in July, according to figures provided by Democratic officials on Saturday and Federal Election Commission filings.

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