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Obama campaign raises $25 million
« on: Apr 04 07 12:06 »
lol, clinton doesn't know what to do.
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Democrat Barack Obama raked in $25 million for his presidential bid in the first three months of 2007, placing him on a par with front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton and dashing her image as the party’s inevitable nominee.[p class="textBodyBlack"][span id="byLine"][/span]The donations came from an eye-popping 100,000 donors, the campaign said in a statement. [/p][p class="textBodyBlack"][span id="byLine"][/span]The figure was the latest evidence that Obama, a political newcomer who has served just two years in the Senate, has emerged as the most powerful new force in presidential politics this year. It also reinforced his status as a significant threat to Clinton, who’d hoped her own $26 million first quarter fundraising total would begin to squeeze her rivals out of contention.[/p]The campaign reported that the figure included at least $23.5 million that he can spend on the highly competitive primary race. The Clinton campaign has yet to disclose how much they can use for the primary verses money that is designated for the general election.[p class="textBodyBlack"][span id="byLine"][/span]While Clinton has honed a vast national fundraising network through two Senate campaigns and her husband’s eight years as president, Obama launched his bid for the White House with a relatively small donor base concentrated largely in Illinois, his home state. [/p][p class="textBodyBlack"][span id="byLine"][/span]But his early opposition to the Iraq war and voter excitement over his quest to be the first black president quickly fueled a powerful fundraising machine.[/p][p class="textBodyBlack"][span id="byLine"][/span]More than half the donors contributed a total of $6.9 million through the Internet, the campaign said.
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