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  • n. Plural form of bundler.

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Examples

  • Even one of his bundlers is supporting Hamas, a MUSLIM living in USA!!!!

    McCain camp accuses Obama of making age an issue

  • Money from bundlers is off-topic but as long as you brought it up, he doesn't take money from bundlers.

    Obama: Nobody's complained more than the Clintons

  • McCain spokesman Brian Rogers said the gender gap among bundlers is not a "good gauge of much of anything."

    In presidential fundraising ranks, a gender gap is showing

  • These mega-money fund-raisers are often called bundlers and often raise in excess of $100,000 for the candidates they support, generally by tapping co-workers and friends for donations.

    Financial Industry Pours on Campaign Donations

  • The campaign released a list of more than 270 fundraisers --so-called "bundlers"-- who helped bring in at least $50,000 for the campaign and the joint Obama for America-Democratic National Committee victory fund.

    CNN.com

  • These fundraisers are known as "bundlers" because they solicit $2,500 con­tri­bu­tions from multiple friends, col­leagues and fam­ily members and provide "bundles" of checks to the campaign.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The New York senator managed to amass some $200 million for her failed bid; much of that money came courtesy of a few hundred "bundlers" -- fund-raisers who persuaded wealthy friends and associates to put up a federally imposed maximum of $4,600 for her candidacy.

    Obama to Woo 'Hillraisers' at Mayflower

  • Already, women account for 40% of Sen. Clinton's "bundlers" -- the top fund-raisers who pull in donations from others.

    Friends of Hillary

  • The law elevated the importance of "bundlers" -- fund-raisers who gather contributions from friends, employees and family and pass them on in lump sums to political campaigns.

    Interest Groups Gain

  • The Wall Street Journal reports today that the race is on for Republicans to lock up heavy-hitting fundraisers, known as bundlers, who can tap their contacts to help contribute to fundraisers.

    GOP presidential hopefuls showing the money

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