During her unsuccessful presidential campaign last year, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton racked up more than $12 million in debt which she slowly has been paying off. Now the Daily News reports that she has been selling access to her vast donor database: "Clinton's campaign handlers have rented out the names and addresses of her supporters at least 60 times to a range of buyers, including the Democratic Party, pols and advocacy groups," including Senators Schumer and Gillibrand, and her husband's foundation, raising $3.5 million over the last year. The story notes that though the practice of selling donor lists is "not unusual" in Washington, her current boss keeps his own impressive list "under lock and key."