The super PAC backing President Obama raised $15 million last month, including $300,000 from Samuel Rawlings Walton, an heir to Wal-Mart, a traditional Republican-leaning organization.
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With two weeks before election day, Mitt Romney's team has $55 million more than President Obama's in the bank, according to new filings detailing the campaigns and parties' fiscal standing as of October 1.With two weeks before election day, Mitt Romney's team has nearly 50 percent more in the bank than President Obama – an advantage of $55 million – according to new filings detailing the campaigns' and parties' fiscal standing as of October 1.
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who has been undergoing treatment for bipolar depression, told supporters this weekend in an automated phone call that he is "healing," but is not yet ready to return to work and asked for patience from his suburban Chicago constituents.
One of Utah's largest newspapers, located in the heart of Mormon country, has endorsed President Obama over Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
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President Obama said an improving housing market would be even better if Congress would act on his proposals to provide more assistance for underwater homeowners.
Retired auto executive Lee Iacocca, credited with saving Chrysler in the 1980s, has endorsed Mitt Romney.
Political guru Dick Morris predicted Saturday that the White House will announce an "October surprise" — a deal with Iran over nuclear inspections before the Nov. 6 election.
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More than half of Americans think President Obama rebounded from a lackluster debate performance earlier this month to beat Republican challenger Mitt Romney in Tuesday's presidential debate, according to a survey released Friday.
The Obama campaign's staff grew to an army of just under 1,000, an increase of 10 percent over the last month, records showed Friday.
At least $180 million of the money President Obama — and likely much more — has raised has been collected by 758 "bundlers" who collect money from wealthy friends and associates, and who the campaign closely monitors and honors for their efforts.
The super PAC formed to back the ill-fated bid of Newt Gingrich has paid a longtime friend of the former House speaker hundreds of thousands of dollars, including long after the political action committee no longer had a purpose.
The super PAC backing GOP nominee Mitt Romney raised $15 million last month while spending almost nothing, leaving $17 million in the bank as of October 1. It has spent $11 million since that time, filings showed Friday.
GOP nominee Mitt Romney raised twice as much from wealthy donors giving $10,000 or more to a high-donor fund last month, records showed Friday, even though President Obama and the Democrats out-raised Mr. Romney and the Republicans overall for the month.