Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, shown here at the National Council of La Raza Annual Conference earlier this month in Kansas City, Mo., has collected millions thanks to Wall Street bundlers and registered lobbyists.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, shown here at the National Council of La Raza Annual Conference earlier this month in Kansas City, Mo., has collected millions thanks to Wall Street bundlers and registered lobbyists. Charlie Riedel AP
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, shown here at the National Council of La Raza Annual Conference earlier this month in Kansas City, Mo., has collected millions thanks to Wall Street bundlers and registered lobbyists. Charlie Riedel AP

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