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How Elizabeth Warren Raised More Money Than Any Other Congressional Candidate In 2012

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One undeniable factor helped quickly ­establish first-time candidate Elizabeth ­Warren as a credible threat to popular Senate incumbent Scott Brown: her ability to raise cash.

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