Obama: Raised $32M in Jan.

Obama Raises $32 Million in January

Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama raised $32 million in the single month of January, matching his best three-month period last year, aides said Thursday.

The money positions Obama for the sweeping Feb. 5 primary contests, when 22 states will be in play for the Democratic nomination. Aides also announced that with their money they can now advertise in states beyond the Super Tuesday contest next week.


John said...

It looks like this is a good time for Hillary to bow out, before she wastes more money and worse yet, ruins Clinton "legacy" (if there is one, I personally don't agree). Things can only go worse for her from now. Why not leave, and give Obama the opportunity that she doesn't deserve anyway.

Anonymous said...

Whatever, john...I personally am sick and tired of the battle of the fund-raising dollars. If Hillary raises 2 million, Obama says "That's nothing..I raised 32 million in an hour!" If Hillary spends $1.3 million on TV ads, Obama spends $5 million! When did becoming President of the United States turn into a money-raising/spending competition?

And you know what they say about opinions, right? Well John, you're wearing yours in the middle of your face.