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 n.— «Handlin has said she would not institute pay-to-play reforms at the county level until the state bans wheeling, a commonly used term for when a political party in one county legally sends campaign money to a political organization in another county.…Handlin…compared wheeling to an offshore bank account where the deposited funds are virtually untraceable.» —“Campaign financing issue for freeholder Handlin criticizes rivals’ ‘wheeling’” by Nina Rizzo Asbury Park Press (N.J.) Oct. 20, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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