Mullins, Brody; Mitchell, Charlie
March 2001
National Journal;3/24/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p876
Presents information on the fund-raising activities of four United States congressional campaign committees. National Republican Congressional Committee; Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; National Republican Senatorial Committee; Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.


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