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Washington (CNN) — ActBlue, the online fundraising platform for liberal candidates and causes, helped drive more than $1.2 billion into federal campaigns in the midterm elections. That money fueled Democratic victories in the House and has left Republicans scrambling to build an equivalent powerhouse on the right.

The nonprofit ActBlue occupies a unique space on the political landscape, serving as a one-stop giving vehicle for virtually every candidate and organization on the left. More than 14,800 groups and candidates use the platform.

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Adding in the money ActBlue helped send to liberal groups and non-congressional candidates, the online engine helped move a record $1.6 billion to Democratic candidates and causes in this cycle. The average donation: $39.67.

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