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The Massachusetts Democratic Party voted to oppose a ballot question that would expand charter schools in the state. (BES Photos/Flickr)
The Massachusetts Democratic Party voted to oppose a ballot question that would expand charter schools in the state. (BES Photos/Flickr)
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In Massachusetts, the most fiercely fought campaigns are over the four ballot questions -- and it's been a very expensive fight.

Committees for and against each question are required to file their final campaign finance reports with the state tonight at midnight. But so-called "late contribution" reports have been trickling in over the past few days. We check-in on how much money has come in and from where.

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Kathleen McNerney, senior associate producer of Radio Boston. She tweets @kathmcnerney.

Stephanie Ebbert, reporter for The Boston Globe. She tweets @stephanieebbert.

This segment aired on November 7, 2016.

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