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whats the biggest drawback of the need for large amounts of money to campaign?

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    Politicians need to concentrate on wooing big conors, including major businesses, in order to get money. When an organization gives a politician a gift, there's an implication that the politician then owes that organization to vote for legislation that will help it.

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