Obama drama

July 2007
Hill;7/3/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 81, p14
The article focuses on the fundraising activities of political candidates in the U.S. "The Washington Post" pointed out that former President Bill Clinton is still the most prolific money-raiser in Democratic history. According to the author, the lead is likely to be picked up by Senator Barack Obama who hauled in $32.5 million in second-quarter presidential fundraising.


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