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AIPAC’s Super PAC Faces First Big Test in Crucial Democratic Primaries

The pro-Israel group’s United Democracy Project has spent unprecedented amounts promoting centrist Democrats ahead of Tuesday’s votes in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. How effective will it prove?

Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington
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Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington

WASHINGTON – Can huge sums of money invested by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's new super PAC successfully sway an election? That’s what many are asking ahead of several Democratic primary races on Tuesday, which will serve as the first true litmus test of AIPAC’s newfound political power.

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