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Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Bleeding Heartland: Something I never thought I'd see

Excerpted from this post at Bleeding Heartland

The Republican presidential candidate is at a big financial
disadvantage compared to the likely Democratic nominee. John Kerry
raised over $40 million in March 2004 after clinching the Democratic
nomination. He was still far behind George W. Bush in the money race,
because the president had not had to compete in the primaries and
could devote a lot of time to big-ticket fundraisers. John McCain
clinched the Republican nomination on February 5 and formally won
enough delegates to be the nominee on March 4. But he only managed to
raise $15 million in March.

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