Opinion
July 18, 2016
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Charity Fundraisers Shouldn’t Worry About Competition From Trump and Clinton

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The general-election campaign kicks off in earnest Monday as the Republican National Convention begins at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. While the White House race will grab public attention, research shows it won't monopolize donors' wallets.

As the country’s two major political parties kick off their nominating conventions, with the Republicans this week and the Democrats next week, nonprofit leaders might be worrying that the big money donated to the presidential campaigns will lead...

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