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  • Santorum also told CNN his campaign raised almost $4.5 million in January in what he called a fund-raising surge.

    CNN.com

  • Nonprofits, too, are often focused on short-term fund-raising to such an extent that they struggle to make long-term commitments to solving deep social problems.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Cory Fritz, a spokesman for Mr. Boehner, said the money from the coal industry represented a small fraction of the roughly $30 million the speaker has raised for the Republican Party this year, a total that includes money he has helped raise by headlining fund-raisers for other Republicans or signing his name to fund-raising pitches.

    Coal Industry Backs Boehner

  • She decided to call her fund-raising effort Mimi's Building Blocks.

    Octogenarian's Heavy Lifting

  • The term was used at an NIH retreat held in December 2001 for a session organized by Eric Green, and had been discussed by other institute officials, including Mark Guyer and Jeffrey Schloss, a few months beforehand.2 In the UK, former Solexa CEO Nick McCooke recalls that he started talking about the $1,000 genome in 2000 and used the phrase in fund-raising proposals in 2001—although he stops short of claiming he first used it.3

    The $1,000 Genome

  • The caption referred to a fund-raising event—“Woodside Heights mayor Dan Rossi greets contributors at weekend fund-raiser”—but gave no clue as to the identity of either of the other men in the picture.

    A Different Light

  • His aides said that he has sufficient resources to compete heavily in Iowa, but that he is increasingly turning to donors in Texas to make up for a falloff in national fund-raising.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Initially, de Blasio reported he had five so-called fund-raising "bundlers" in his money hunt for the 2013 mayoral race - but that number is actually 21.

    NYDN Rss

  • But since not all of us are flush with cash trust me, I’ve been there, you can go online to find out about how you can get involved with spreading the word and fund-raising.

    Follow the Model

  • Passage of the McCain-Feingold reforms in 2002 helped limit the influence of huge “soft money” donations and brought greater transparency to political fund-raising, but much remains to be done.

    The Good Fight

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