[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/04/24/art.fund.cnn.jpg caption="Clinton has seen an influx in campaign cash since winning the Pennsylvania primary."]NEW YORK (CNN) - Sen. Hillary Clinton's Pennsylvania victory seems to be helping her regain ground financially against rival Barack Obama, who has outraised her by tens of millions of dollars.
The day that followed Clinton's Pennsylvania win was the biggest day in the history of her campaign, according to Terry McAuliffe, her campaign chairman.
The New York senator raised $10 million through the Internet and had 80,000 new donors, he said.
Compare that to two months ago, when Clinton could not afford to pay staffers and even lent her campaign $5 million from her own pocket.