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GROSS: We're talking about the new world of campaign finance. My guest is Peter Stone of the Center for Public Integrity. It's a nonprofit investigative journalistic organization. He leads the money and politics team.

Clearly, that's not the case this time on the right. All the polls and electoral factors would seem to suggest the Republicans are in for huge and potentially historic gains next month, and so it's simply easier to raise money. The fact that there are more established operatives who donors trust with their money, raising money, into newer groups, some which promise anonymity and without the risk - or at least without the perception of the risk that federal regulator will clamp down on these groups after the fact and give these donors a hard time, all those factors have combined to create really a surge that some operatives who I talk to say is unprecedented in big money donations from the right.

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