The US Supreme Court has taken the lid off political spending, so presidential candidates are lining up billionaires to finance next year's campaigns. It's not just the South Carolina and New Hampshire primaries any more. There's the "Adelson primary" and the "Koch primary" facetiously named for Republican mega-donors. Hillary Clinton is cozying up to super-rich Democrats. That's giving enormous power to a tiny group of billionaires – a Florida car dealer, a New York hedge fund operator and others. What do they want — what will they get -- for their money?
Sugar Daddies, Super PAC's and Winning the White House
Peter Beinart - contributing editor at The Atlantic - @PeterBeinart, Eric Lichtblau - New York Times - @EricLichtblau, Alex Isenstadt - reporter for Politico - @politicoalex, Bradley Smith - Center for Competitive Politics - @CommishSmith, Chris Lehane - Democratic strategist - @chrislehane