Obama Raises $36 Million During First Two Weeks Of October
WASHINGTON — Barack Obama and John McCain enter the final days of the presidential campaign amid dwindling reserves, with Obama hindered by a sudden drop in fundraising and McCain restrained by spending limits.
Obama, the Democratic nominee, spent more than $105 million during the first two weeks of October, according to new campaign finance reports. He reported raising only $36 million for his campaign during that period, about half the fundraising pace he enjoyed in September.
The last two weeks of the month may not be weighted as much in Obama's favor as previously anticipated. He is doing well but not as well as September and how much was budgeted for the end is not known.
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