President Obama Pounds Mitt Romney In Fundraising

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Good, we're going to need every penny to fight against all the Citizen's United loving Super Pacs.

(CNN) – Mitt Romney's presidential campaign says they raised nearly $12.6 million in primary funds in March.

In a release Friday, the campaign also announced that they've raised $87 million in primary funds over the past year, and that they have $10.1 million cash on hand. The campaign also said that as of the end of March, they had brought in only primary contributions. They also stated that the former Massachusetts governor, who has an estimated net worth of at least $190 million, had not made any personal loans to his campaign.

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President Barack Obama's re-election campaign announced Monday that they raised $53 million in March, up about $8 million from the month before. That brings to nearly $350 million the amount of money raised by the re-election team since they formed a year ago. The money raised goes to the Obama Victory Fund, which is divided by the Obama re-election campaign, the Democratic National Committee and affiliated committees.

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