n.— «In fact, he is a beneficiary of a process that allows party leaders to amass hefty contributions and then transfer, or “wheel,” the funds directly to a candidate’s campaign account.…Campaign watchdogs and other critics point to a troubling underside to wheeling. These flurries of transfers—often done in the final days of a campaign—allow wily donors to evade campaign contribution limits, they say.» —“Party leaders’ fund transfers aid senator’s rise” by Benjamin Lesser Record (N.J.) Aug. 12, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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