Interactive: 2012 Campaign Cash, Week By Week

While President Obama outraised each of his potential Republican rivals in the last three months of 2011, the latest Federal Election Commission reports show that Mitt Romney's campaign pulled in more money in most weeks from those giving more than $200 each. The figures also show how the new superPACs supporting each candidate performed across the three-month period.

Select two candidates to compare their weekly contributions and those of the superPACs that support them. The figures cover fundraising from Oct. 1, 2011 to Dec. 31, 2011.

Notes

— Weekly fundraising numbers are available only for itemized contributions from donors who have given more than $200. The candidates' quarterly totals include both itemized and non-itemized contributions.
 

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