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Facebook co-founder giving millions more to support Clinton

Dustin Moskovitz is focusing on outreach to convince voters to pick Democrats, particularly for president.

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Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz already committed $20 million to help beat Donald Trump, and he's giving more.

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Facebook's co-founder, Dustin Moskovitz, has already given millions to support Democratic presidential nominee Hilary Clinton. He's ready for more.

In a blog post on Medium over the weekend Moskovitz said he is giving an additional $8 million to political advocacy organizations, including $5 million to Priorities USA, a Democratic Party political action committee. Moskovitz added that he is donating another $7 million to "nonpartisan voter registration and get-out-the-vote efforts."

In early September, he announced the donation of $20 million to help Democrats in the 2016 election.

"I've since concluded that further investments are warranted, particularly in support of work targeting millennial and independent voters. These contributions will go towards voter outreach and engagement efforts focused on those key audiences," Moskovitz said in his latest blog post.

The post went up before last night's presidential debate between Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.