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Apr
17
2007

One Spot-on writer – we’ll let you guess which one – claims the Internet is only good for porn and government statistics.

You can quarrel with either part of that statement. But there’s no question both of them are easier to find on-line. Today’s HotSpots offers evidence.

First, The New York Times’ map of candidates’ support – a quick-and-dirty snapshot of who gave what. Second, the Washington Post’s more detailed database of contributions. Both are based on the Federal Elections Commission filings campaigns were required to make on Monday.

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