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Democratic Super PACs Gain Ground But Still Trail GOP In Fundraising

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A network of Democratic outside groups boosting President Barack Obama and his congressional allies picked up its fundraising this year, but still lags woefully behind Republican outside groups that have already begun an attack-ad binge.

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