The Dean campaign grew largely by raising money: Tens of millions of dollars, mostly from the Internet. But now, with just two state contests tallied, the Dean campaign has spent the great majority of its $40 million stake. Where did it go? And what does the campaign do now? Can a candidate raise more money while he's losing? NPR's Peter Overby reports.
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