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Campaign Finance Institute's analysis of Dem's campaign spending

The Campaign Finance Institute has just released a study of the contributions and spending so far in the Democratic presidential primaries. The major findings are summarized in its headlines:

DEAN, KERRY SPENT MORE, FASTER THAN GORE, BRADLEY IN 2000

LIMITS MAY CONSTRAIN EDWARDS IF THE CONTEST PERSISTS

$2000 DONORS DOMINATED MAJOR PARTY FUNDRAISING But small donors became more important in January