Koch Brothers Budget $889 Million for 2016
Charles and David Koch
Freedom Partners, the conservative political operation run by brothers Charles and David Koch, has budgeted $889 million to take on Democrats in the 2016 election, donors learned at the group's meeting in California over the weekend. [Full Story]
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Koch Brothers Budget $889 Million for 2016
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