(CNN) - Sen. Barrack Obama, D-Illinois, took a lot of credit for campaign finance reform tonight.
"I don't take PAC money and I don't take lobbyist money, and the bundlers, the reason you know who is raising money for me, Mike, is because I have pushed through a law this past session to disclose that," Obama said.
Well, that law hasn't actually gone through. The bill that would force lobbyists to disclose more of their activities, including what's known as "bundling," has not become law because it has not passed Congress.
The House and the Senate are trying to hammer out differences between their bills before the August recess.
- CNN Producer Justine Redman