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Silicon Valley executives may say they’re apolitical, but some are secretly pouring millions into the 2020 election to help Democrats.

Secret Silicon Valley group spends big money to help Democrats

Silicon Valley executives may say they’re apolitical, but some are secretly pouring millions into the 2020 election to help Democrats.

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