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Dodd Eligible For Public Funds

The Federal Election Commission declared Democratic candidate Sen. Christopher Dodd eligible for federal matching funds today, making him the fourth candidate to qualify for public financing. Sen. John McCain was the first to become qualified in August, and since then Rep. Tom Tancredo and former senator John Edwards have both been declared eligible. One other Democratic candidate who may be pursuing matching funds is Sen. Joe Biden, who asked his supporters last week to "Double your impact!" by giving up to $250 that the campaign would presumably put toward its application for public financing.

--Rachel Dry

By Washington Post editors  |  November 27, 2007; 12:24 PM ET
 
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