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The Michigan Campaign Finance Network found that forty Michigan families and individuals spent a combined $56.5 million on political contributions.
While some of their dollars went to races and causes in other states, their total spending amounts to about 18 percent of the $300 million that’s been tracked in Michigan’s 2018 campaigns. Yet, the donors comprise a fraction of 1 percent of Michigan's 10 million people.
Forty Michigan families and individuals spent a combined $56.5 million on political contributions from the start of 2017 through the end of 2018, according to a new analysis of state and national campaign finance disclosures. Fourteen families or individuals from Michigan spent more than $1 million….
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