12/07/2010 10:05 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

PACs Flocked To Blue Dogs, But Fled After Crucial Votes

In mid-2009, the 52 conservative House Democrats who made up the Blue Dog Coalition were at the height of their power. Money was rolling in — especially from the health care, energy, and financial services industries looking to curry favor with a key voting bloc in expectation of legislation proposed by the Obama White House.

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