(CNN) - President Barack Obama's re-election effort brought in $90.5 million in the first part of October, lower than the nearly $112 million raised by his rival Mitt Romney during the same period.
Obama's team made the announcement on the president's official Twitter page. They also noted the new haul came from more than 1.2 million donors, with more than 200,000 who had never before contributed to the Democratic effort.
(CNN) - The Republican National Committee brought in nearly $20 million in the first half of the October and is buying more ad time in Wisconsin, RNC chairman Reince Priebus said Thursday.
Priebus said a filing with the Federal Election Commission will show the committee raised over $19.8 million between October 1 and 17 and ended the period with $67.6 million cash on hand.
(CNN) - Put down that checkbook: Mitt Romney's formal fund-raiser season is over.
Just over two weeks out from Election Day, the Republican presidential candidate held on Saturday night his final formal fund-raising event, spokesman Rick Gorka said.
(CNN) - The House Majority PAC, an independent group backing House Democratic candidates, announced Saturday it raised $5.9 million in September, marking it's second consecutive month with a haul over $5 million.
The group did not say how much cash it had in the bank at the end of the month, nor how much it spent in September. The group ended August with $8.3 million in reserves, according to Federal Election Commission records.
(CNN) - The Republican National Committee outraised the Democratic National Committee in September, documents filed with the Federal Election Commission on Friday showed.
The RNC brought in $48.4 million in the month, while the DNC raised $20.2 million.
(CNN) - Restore Our Future, a super PAC supportive of Mitt Romney, raised $14.8 million in September, according to its monthly filing with the Federal Election Commission.
The group spent $4.6 million and ended the month with $16.6 million cash in the bank for the final month of 2012 presidential race.
(CNN) – It seems an energetic debate performance can generate big bucks.
The Obama campaign confirms that they had their single biggest day of fundraising on Wednesday, the day after the town-hall style presidential debate. The record includes not just the current campaign but also the 2008 presidential cycle.
Washington (CNN) – Top donors and bundlers to Mitt Romney's campaign gathered at a retreat in New York City Tuesday where they received a briefing from top officials on the state of the race, heard from some of the nation's leading CEOs about the economy, and got reassuring words from top surrogates, including Ann Romney, Gov. Chris Christie, (R-New Jersey), and Sen. Marco Rubio, (R-Florida).
The event is a three day gathering of some of the campaign's largest financial backers and is being held in conjunction with Tuesday's second presidential debate in nearby Hempstead on New York's Long Island.
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(CNN) – Mitt Romney's campaign, along with the Republican National Committee, raised $170 million in September, the campaign announced Monday.
The number comes more than a week after President Barack Obama's team said they raised a record $181 million for the president's re-election effort in the same month.
(CNN) - Democrat Elizabeth Warren outraised incumbent Sen. Scott Brown in the heated Massachusetts Senate race by more than $4.6 million in the third quarter.
Warren, a Harvard law professor, took in $12.1 million compared to $7.45 million for the Republican lawmaker, according to numbers announced by both campaigns Monday.