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  • Since the controversial police shooting of Pace University student Danroy DJ'' Henry Jr. in New York in October, his family has been working to memorialize his name with fund-raisers and scholarships.

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  • I also spent a lot of time traveling around the country attending fund-raisers and talking to various constituencies—labor, minority groups, teachers, environmentalists—consulting them, listening to them, and giving Carter reports on what I heard.

    The Good Fight

  • In the words of my late friend Robert Byrd, politicians have become full-time fund-raisers and part-time officeholders.

    The Good Fight

  • And for members of Our Savior Lutheran, that life means abundant Bible study, turkey supper fund-raisers, and—at least once a year—a good old-fashioned Tetzel Toss.

    American Grace

  • Mr. Obama planned to attend two Democratic fund-raisers in Philadelphia on Thursday evening.

    Romney Keeps Sights on Obama, Economy

  • With the election season nearly in full swing, President Obama's campaign fund-raisers have reason to be nervous.

    Richard Z. Chesnoff: Barack Needs Bill to Make an Israeli-Palestinian Peace

  • Newt Gingrich's flagging White House bid received another blow this week when two top fund-raisers left the Republican's campaign.

    Gingrich Loses Two More Top Staffers

  • Two Gingrich fund-raisers quit the Republican's campaign, in another blow to his bid for the White House.

    What's News: World-Wide

  • 'He crisscrossed the country to raise money for the party, and appeared at rallies and fund-raisers for any Senate candidate who would have him,' Stephanopoulos recalled.

    Nigel Hamilton: Lessons of 1994

  • And he will hold campaign fund-raisers later in the month in Chicago and New York.

    White House Looks to Shrunken 2012 Legislative Agenda

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