Fundraising is GOP Chair Steele's Saving Grace

The RNC chairman has mojo when it comes to finding new donors.

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By Paul Bedard, Washington Whispers

Despite a rocky start, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele has mojo when it comes to raising money and finding new donors. "Fundraising has been his saving grace," says a party ally. The proof: When Steele started in February, the party received donations from an average of 328 new donors a day. Now it's 2,000 new donors a day, paying an average of $40.

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