(CNN) – Likely Republican presidential nominee John McCain raised a little over $12 million in February, two campaign sources tell CNN's John King.
That compares to the $35 million the Clinton campaign has reported raising in the same time period. Obama's campaign has not said how much it raised in February, but has indicated it is significantly more than Clinton's total.
that is 5 times less than Obama.
Still 12 million is 12 million. I am an Democrat and Support Obama but this is a crazy year in politics that 12 million raised in one month is sneezed at. WOW...
John McCain had better up his health insurance too because he is soooo old, as well as old in his views of America!!! Go Barak Obama!! A Man America can trust!!! Yes We Can!!!
EDITORIAL NOTE – your title says Januray but the amount raised is in February. Please change it. My OCD is kicking in bad.
Money talks. Obama out raises everyone.
Multiple Choice question:
Of the following three choices, who is the ONLY ONE who as a senator demonstrated indpedence and a non-partisan voting record?
A) Hillary Clinton
B) John McCain
C) Barak Obama
Obama has NEVER authored ONE single piece of legislation that became law and has a VERY partisan voting record then with a straight face says he can bring people together.
Clinton thinks she is owed the Presidency and is too divise.
Vote for the maverick: vote McCain!
You mean February
You know Obama raised so much more. I am One of the Million. ;)
Poor McCain, I think he should drop out and go home...Dont worry bout the country he's too old just worry bout taking your gerital you old fart..and his wife; have you seen here eyes, she looks like the evil lady from 101 dalmations
Incredible. Between turnout in dem primaries and the amount of money being raised by both Obama and Clinton, the GOP has got to be running scared. At this point, it still isn't even about specific candidates – just a general repudiation of Republicans.
The Dems are pumped. Change is in the air, change from Bush-Cheney conservativism, and Dems have two candidates they can get behind.
The Repubs are apathetic. Bush and Cheney have dragged them into the mud, and their base can't rally around their front-runner.
Fundraising, approval ratings, turnout during primaries, scandals, it's obvious that the Repubs are on their way out. Dems all the way!
Perhaps he raised so little money because his supporters feel they no longer need to support him as greatly in the primaries, since his chance of winning is 99.9%.
How about that public financing McCain?
Obama is evil. Figure it out people. His rise is suspect and frightening and predicted, by the way.
Vote McCain, so this nation will be protected
McCain is not a maverick anymore. Now he is a GOP stooge. It stinks because I really like him.
However, his policies are old and tired. He will bleed us dry with war.
Independent for Obama, if you need proof he can cross the aisle and truly believes in compromise read his book and see what he was saying long before running for president.
The mentality of Obama supporters shows up well amid the above comments.
you guys are truly ignorant
McCain isn't even a U.S. born citizen. His whole campaign is illegal.
McCain is an illegal immigrant from Panama.
McCain is still very competitive against Obama and Clinton while bringing in far less than them. What does that say about his electability?
I went to the bookstore the other day in California and Barack's books are on the bestseller list and Hilary Clinton's autobiography was on the Clearance rack.
Mr. From Ohio