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Analysis: Spending big doesn't guarantee D.C. election win

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In District politics, the business of unseating an incumbent council member requires a sizable war chest. But a Washington Examiner analysis has shown that how much is spent on voters does not necessarily translate into victory.In April's primary election, the Democratic council candidates' successful and unsuccessful campaigns spent anywhere from $1.21 per vote received to $88.48, The Examiner...

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