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The fashion world has remained particularly quiet on the Ann Romney fashion front.
[Anna Wintour is touted as Pres. Obama's 4th biggest fundraising bundler]
RNC Chairman Priebus released a statement calling on the Obama administration to come clean on “political payoffs to Obama campaign bundler Steve Westly.”
Bundlers are the original movers and shakers in the world of high-dollar campaign fundraising. And President Obama's reelection machine has enlisted a veritable army of them -- a roster that includes some of the biggest names in media and show business. 
President Obama has nominated a top campaign bundler to be the next U.S. ambassador to the Netherlands, following in a rich presidential tradition of granting diplomatic posts to big-dollar fundraisers. 
A little over a month ago, the Democratic National Committee lambasted Mitt Romney for not initially reporting funds in notorious tax havens scattered around the world. It turns out a campaign bundler for President Obama is in the business of helping people, like Romney, looking to take advantage of offshore tax law. 
What is George Seay III, Perry's Texas finance chair, hiding in his tangled web of politically oriented nonprofits?
As the White House rejects charges that the Obama administration was motivated by politics in its decisions on green energy loans, scrutiny is increasing over the preference given to Democratic donors seeking federal loans.
You thought Solyndra's $530 million boondoggle was bad? Wait until you meet SunPower's $1.2 billion boondoggle.
Iowans might be more likely to have seen Ron Paul, Rick Perry or Mitt Romney on their television screens this December than to have seen Santa.

GOP presidential candidates and the political action committees that back them have together spent more than $10 million in advertising on television and radio in Iowa this month alone, a grand slam of advertising that outpaces amounts of previous year
2012 presidential campaign news and analysis, including candidate profiles, early primary and caucus state updates, polls, endorsements, staff and fundraising.
A top donor to President Obama did not use political influence or talk to administration officials about a massive government loan to a solar company backed by his investment funds, according to a statement issued by his family foundation.

The foundation of Tulsa billionaire George Kaiser said it took a hit like all other investors in Solyndra, which this week shuttered its plant and laid off
Within hours, congressional critics accused the Department of Energy of rushing Solyndra's loan, which had been part of President Barack Obama's economic stimulus package. Republicans suggested Solyndra got the money because its biggest investor had raised campaign funds for Obama.
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Political bundlers are those who collect contributions from many individuals within an organization or a community and present the funds to a politician or political party.

Real Estate (housing) bundlers package and sell multiple properties as a bundle to an individual or entity, typically below market value.