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No Cash Flow Problems In Obama Campaign

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No Cash Flow Problems In Obama Campaign

Election 2008

No Cash Flow Problems In Obama Campaign

No Cash Flow Problems In Obama Campaign

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As the presidential candidates enter the homestretch, Democrat Barack Obama has more campaign funds than Republican John McCain. At the end of last month, McCain had $47 million, and Obama had a staggering $134 million. Analysts say Obama has plenty of time to put that cash to use before the Nov. 4 election.

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