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We don't know who is spending millions to help Georgia Republicans in the runoff election -

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"There are people spending tens of millions of dollars to attack the Democrats  in Georgia,but we have no idea who they are because the campaign finance disclosure system is broken. Based on this filing, there is little indication of who is behind the PAC. The only person listed is the treasurer, Julie Dozier, an operative who performs a similar function for 12 other Republican PACs, according to FEC records. where is all this money coming from? We will not find out until after the election. Peachtree PAC will be operated by Senate Leadership Fund, a group affiliated with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, said SLF spokesman Jack Pandol. He declined to say who was funding the group."

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