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Super PACs flood early primary states with $$$

The new breed of political action committee called Super PACs, which can accept unlimited donations from companies and individuals to spend on ads and other campaign efforts on behalf of (but not in direct coordination with) have already made a huge mark on the 2012 presidential campaign. All told, they have already spent an amazing $12.9 in Iowa and other early Republican battleground states. Mitt Romney was the top beneficiary of super PAC spending, with $4.9 spent on ads to help his candidacy. [iWatch News]

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