fundraising

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fund·rais·ing

 (fŭnd′rā′zĭng)
n.
The organized activity or an instance of soliciting money or pledges, as for charitable organizations or political campaigns.

fund′raise′ v.
Translations
Fundraising

fundraising

fund-raising [ˈfʌndreɪzɪŋ]
ncollecte f de fonds
adj [dinner, event] → organisé pour collecter des fonds
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Dating back to the Schaefer administration, it has been against state regulation for political fundraising events to occur in Lawyers' Mall, DGS stated, referring to the governorship of William Donald Schaefer from 1987 to 1995.
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Strengthening the rules to address coordination between political actors and third parties Expanding the definition of a political contribution to include paid labour Promoting greater transparency in political fundraising events by requiring political parties to post event details to their public websites, including information such as the fees charged to attendees and the intended recipients of those funds.
In the cat-and-mouse game of political fundraising, a late surge in donations and ad spending can catch an opponent off-guard and without enough time to respond.
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Despite his criticism of the Supreme Court ruling in 2010 that directly led to the creation of the Super-PAC, a political fundraising organization which can receive and spend unlimited money from individuals and corporations in an election as long it does not coordinate their efforts with any candidate's campaign, Bush had so far been supported in this election cycle by millions of dollars spent by Right to Rise, a Super-PAC that pulled in 118 million dollars last year.
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