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The most important Dem: Soros?

Byron York, writing in The Hill, claims, "Democrats throw the spirit of reform out the window." He points out that while the GOP national committees have raised almost 3 times the amount of their Democratic counterparts ($148 million to $55 million) in the 2004 cycle, "in the 2002 cycle, Democratic-affiliated 527 groups spent $185 million more than twice the $82 million spent by Republican-affiliated groups." Despite the apples and oranges comparisons, it is an interesting point.