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Well we told you how ugly it's getting out there as we count down the final week and a half until Election Day.
Well it's -- a war of words there's certainly been a war wallets as well thanks to a recent Supreme Court decision campaign spending.
Has virtually no restrictions anymore and some groups -- taking full advantage.
Especially -- labor unions as reported in today's Wall Street Journal and now this group the American federation of state county and municipal employees unanimous Daphne.
Our number line.
They're spending 87 and a half million dollars to help their party that's the Democrats keep control of congress and you know what they're not ashamed of it ahead of the group's political operation says.
We're having gotten but we don't like to brag.
Don't worry we'll do the -- for you.
Comparatively the last midterm election cycle in 2006.
Asked -- gave less than fifty million dollars to campaigns.
In 2002 less than forty million dollars were given.
And in 1998 less than twenty million that's a huge difference.
Now to make matters worse donations from unions used to have to be on a volunteer basis.
But now after -- take money from the due to workers provide and -- automatically expended on campaign ads.
And don't forget that's taxpayer dollars.
As a paper points out members' salaries and airport union dues or paid or by state taxes.
Ever since the Supreme Court ruling the administration has not been afraid to express -- disagreement.
Warning of high power corporations and banks getting involved in the political process.
And their latest target.
-- it's the chamber of commerce.
Well let's see compared asked me the largest business lobby is only spent about 75 million dollars though granted most of their money went to Republicans.
Other unions getting involved the FDI you spending 44 million dollars to help their Brothers in blue.
And the National Education Association shelling out forty million dollars for the downs.
Almost 100 million dollars -- the unions are spending compared with the chamber.
Now the public sector is always been big supporters of the left especially the administration.
They use your tax dollars to ensure states don't layoff such workers while leaving the private sector workers waiting in lines at the unemployment office.
But -- means money may be too little too late as Republicans are already poised for victory on November 2 have to wait and see.
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