Small-Dollar Donations: Must-Win Seats and Long-Shot Campaigns

small-dollar donations: It was a jarring outcome for Democrats who had devised an expanded political map, eager to provide a backstop against President Donald Trump and his party's grip on the Senate, according to The Japan Times. The races attracted an unprecedented outpouring of small-dollar donations from Americans apparently voting with their pocketbooks to propel long-shot campaigns. ; The voters' choices will force a rethinking of Democratic Party strategy, messaging and approach from the Trump era. Several races remained undecided into Wednesday and at least one headed to a runoff in January. While Democrats picked up must-win seats in Colorado and Arizona, they suffered a setback in Alabama, and Republicans held their own in one race after another in South Carolina, Iowa, Texas, Kansas and Montana, dramatically limiting the places where Democrats hoped to make inroads. Lindsey Graham in Columbia, South Carolina, after defeating Jamie Harrison, despite the Democrat's stunning 100 million haul for his upstart campaign. You wasted a lot of money, said White House ally Sen. ( As reported in the news.

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