Harman, Jackson cut large checks to DCCC

Allen, Jared; Soraghan, Mike
October 2008
Hill;10/29/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 121, p6
The article reports that Congresswoman Jane Harman and Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. have cut large amount of cash from campaign accounts to the U.S. Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC)


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