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Obama Raises $60 Million In May

During May, Obama and the Democratic Party raised a combined $60 million for his reelection campaign, bringing his total to $450 million. What do you think?

  • “That amount may sound impressive, but keep in mind that’s in 2012 dollars.”

    Carmen Sincock
    Systems Analyst
  • "I hope he uses it to buy a new suit. That's not the only thing he should spend it on, but Americans really like a professional-looking president."

    Doug Ripp
    Bolt Sawyer
  • "First guy to $1 billion wins, right?"

    Keith Flanagan
    Bonding-Machine Setter
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