Board of Finance gives secretary of state money for publicly financed candidates – Albuquerque Journal

Board of Finance gives secretary of state money for publicly financed candidates
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The state Board of Finance agreed today to give Secretary of State Brad Winter's office more than $300,000 so that publicly financed candidates in this year's primary and general elections can be fully funded. Winter's office said there wasn't enough

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Sanders’ Money Would Double If Campaign Finance Were Reformed – teleSUR English


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Sanders' Money Would Double If Campaign Finance Were Reformed
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"Candidates who join the voluntary program can receive up to US$1,050 in public funds per eligible contributor,” according to the New York City Campaign Finance Board's website. “Under a small donor matching system, Sanders would take a commanding …
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Gold futures log worst weekly loss of 2016 – MarketWatch


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Gold futures log worst weekly loss of 2016
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Gold's brief rise and then subsequent fall in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Belgium was a “typical value reaction to news that is both dynamic and evolving,” said Dean Heskin, president and chief executive officer of Swiss America. “As global
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