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there is being added twenty fifteen presidential race heats up trader offering you there's a new way to show support for their favorite candidate the company announcing Tuesday is partnering with square to allow users to make campaign donations with a tweak , later that it %HESITATION Meredith meddling critical candidates have to register a square foot that payment prospecting come , and I'm you know once they're registered unverified excused and tweed out what they call a hack hashtag and by using that cash tag putting that will be able to click trail directly through a link and enter their debit card information and make a donation right then and there , it's interesting nerve per square CEO Jack Dorsey who is also the co founder an interim CEO it Twitter his band you know very candid about the fact that he's looking to I've kind of grow their user base and I'm no help combat any question endless how , stating our growth in users on Twitter I think they're hoping to leverage the partnership I'm Joe I intimidate whatever it's been very engaged with the political debates , pac bell park and little second Republicans if they aren tomorrow night and I think they're looking to kind of catch that wave of excitement and I'm you know introduce a new product and introduced a new way for users to be engaged your tweets with politicians , among the candidates jumping on board early Democrat Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders and GOP hopefuls got longer and Marco Rubio , Donald Trump so far sticking by his word hit now find his presidential campaign and I'm not taking all of this blood money