Obama Widens Fundraising Advantage
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- President Barack Obama can't be beat in fundraising. At least not yet.
The president raised $45 million in February as his campaign brought its 2012 total to some $300 million, Obama's re-election Web site reported on Monday.
"This campaign continues to be funded by folks in all 50 states giving what they can, that's why our average donation is $59," campaign employees said in a YouTube video.As his Republican candidates sustain a muddled race mired in delegate math (something Obama experienced in 2008), the president has continued to widen his funds for the general election. Mitt Romney, who is the Republican front-runner and best positioned to win the nomination,
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