Sunday, September 30, 2007

More than $1M in seven days

Rep. Ron Paul's campaign raised about $1.2 million in the last seven days before the third quarter fundraising deadline, according to the candidate's Web site.
As of 3 p.m. this afternoon, Edwards was close to raising $1 million over 10 days. The candidate reportedly has about $9 million on hand and has also enrolled in the public financing program.
Tonight, Bill Richardson reported raising $5.2 million.
Biden's Web site doesn't have fundraising information on it and press reports stated over the weekend that he was pulling staff out of every state but Iowa. The site is still targeting voters in three states - Iowa, New Hampshire, an South Carolina.
Dodd has no information about his numbers but his site does add Nevada to his list of "Around the States" and also has a link for Connecticut, his home state. Is that a future sign there?
Gravel sent out two mailers over the last week asking for small donations from key states in order to receive about $200,000 in public financing. According to the email, he is seven states from reaching the goal. He needs four $250 donations from people in Arizona, Connecticut, DC, and Maryland, eight from people in Michigan, five from Wisconsin and three from NH. After being in the race for about 15 months, Gravel finally has a somewhat irregular [instead of nonexistent] communication response to media and voters.

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