Campaign finance reports hint at parties' goals

The DNC, meanwhile, is trying to keep the vaunted Obama political machine in place. Of the $2 million the DNC explicitly set aside for keep track of every voter and report back to the DNC's central database, $40,000 went into New Hampshire. "It's a significant sum of money that helps us operate and prepare for the 2014 cycle," said Raymond Buckley, the New Hampshire Democrats' chairman.


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