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Strange spending raises questions about North Dakota-based Republican super PAC

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Shortly after former North Dakota congressional contender Shane Goettle ended his bid for the Republican nomination in April 2012, he joined Odney Advertising to start its public affairs and lobbying arm. Then in May 2012, Goettle started a super PAC called the "Brighter Future Fund," with Odney president Pat Finken listed as the PAC's treasurer. Goettle used the super PAC to stay involved in...

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