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(CNN) - Clinton spokesman Howard Wolfson told CNN Tuesday that the New York senator's presidential campaign had raised $22 million in the month of April.
He added again that Hillary Clinton had the resources necessary to compete in upcoming contests, and considered the race far from over. "We don't have a nominee until we have a nominee," he told CNN's Wolf Blitzer, since neither candidate has yet reached the number of delegates required to claim the Democratic nomination.
UPDATE: The Clinton campaign said last month's fundraising figures were the campaign's second best to date.
“Just like Hillary, our supporters continue to fight," Campaign Chairman Terry McAuliffe said in a statement. "The support for Hillary continues to grow with each month and we are so thankful to the army of supporters who have assured that we’ll have the resources needed to win the upcoming contests.”