ST. PAUL, Minnesota (CNN) – John McCain's campaign said Monday that it had raised $47 million in the month of August – his biggest monthly total to date – nearly matching Barack Obama’s July fundraising figure of $50 million.
The Obama campaign has not yet released his August total.
McCain’s team has said the presumptive Republican nominee has raised millions since asking Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to join the ticket last week.
The Arizona senator has opted to receive public campaign funding, which means he cannot fundraise for his campaign after September 1 – although the Republican National Committee’s Victory fund can continue to raise and spend money on his behalf.
It's only a claim. Though it could be true too. Yet I am sure they have spent half of it attacking Obama in August. Claiming he wasn't ready to lead when he has been leading McCain all along eventhough the media has failed to report it. Left with the media McCain would have been crowned the President of this Country before now.
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So the Republicans like a pretty face, big surprise. Let's see what happens this month as all the dirty laundry is aired. Remember, Obama is still pulling in that amount, AFTER his foibles have become public and been hashed out. Plus Republicans knew about the Sept. 1 deadline, so it should have been a huge month for him.
He got a subprime loan!!!
Won't believe it till I see it!
Oil profit money
Yes, but who donated to McCain and how much?
Do you think Americans are pack of fools to believe you? We do not believe your tax reports, nor do we believe your campaign fundraising scam. I didn't pay a dime, who did?
There is a HUGE difference between 47 million and 50 million. We all know McCain's donations are coming from Big Business and the 527 conservative organizations.
My husband and I are not part of any conservative organization, or big business. We are, however, among those who believe McCain are the best pick and recently donated money to his campaign. There are more people like us than you think.
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