The PAC money cannot be spent in coordination with the campaign, but these days it's not hard to divine what message a campaign wants to be sending. Couple the money raised with the $18.3 million Romney's campaign raised and the putative GOP front-runner has somewhere north of $30 million behind his campaign, multiples ahead of every other possible presidential candidate. Restore Our Future has been thrifty, too, saving most of its money for the campaign. The PAC has made just three expenditures, including one for insurance, one to a Washington law firm for legal fees, and one to obtain a business license fee from the D.C. Treasurer. The group still has $12.2 million in the bank, the report shows.