No Cash Flow Problems In Obama Campaign 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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No Cash Flow Problems In Obama Campaign

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No Cash Flow Problems In Obama Campaign

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.