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Obama Outraised Romney, But That Doesn't Matter Anymore

The billion-dollar man is suddenly cash-poor.

President Obama's re-election campaign was expected to be the most well-funded in history, possibly topping $1 billion in contributions (he raised $750 million in 2008) for the first time in America's political history. His mountain of cash was supposed to be a major advantage against whoever became the GOP nominee. 

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