Rep. DeFazio on a mission to track down opponent's mystery donors
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Rep. DeFazio on a mission to track down opponent's mystery donors

Rep. Peter DeFazio, a 12-term Democrat for Oregon, decides to knock on the door to the listed address of his opponent Art Robinson's mysterious ad benefactor, Concerned Taxpayers of America. A U.S. Supreme Court decision earlier this year legalized unlimited corporation spending on election candidates, so the donors behind the organization can remain a secret until the required quarterly filing in October. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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