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Bush gets the big bucks

Reform Voter Project has released a study:

A state-by-state analysis of President George W. Bush’s campaign contributions as filed with the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) finds that in 48 out of the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, the majority of funds collected came from donors of $2,000, and that in two-thirds (32) of the states, $2,000 contributions comprised more than 70 percent of the itemized contributions the president collected. In the top ten contributing states, the proportion of contributions from $2,000 donors was 77% or higher.