Paul's long on funds, short on support

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  • Rudy Giuliani has $11,598,235 on hand, with a debt of $169,256; which leaves him $11,428,979 to spend during the primary.\
  • Fred Thompson has $7,121744 on hand, with a debt of $678,432; which leaves him $6,443,312 to spend during the primary.\
  • Ron Paul has $5,443,667 on hand, with no debt; which leaves him $5,443,667 to spend during the primary.\
  • Mike Huckabee has $650,000 on hand, with a debt of $47,810; which leaves him $602,969 to spend during the primary.\
  • Sam Brownback has $94,654 on hand, with no debt; which leaves him with $94,654 to spend during the primary.\
  • Duncan Hunter has $130,392 on hand, with a debt of $50,000; which leaves him with $80,392 to spend during the primary.\
  • John McCain has $1,677,244 on hand, with a debt of $1,730,691; which means he must raise an additional $53,446 to break even.\
  • Tom Trancredo has $107,729 on hand, with a debt of $295,603; which means he must raise an additional $187,874 to break even.\
  • Mitt Romney has $9,216,517 on hand, with a debt of $17,350,000; which means he must raise an additional $8,133,483 to break even.\ \ \ — Rob Gutierrez, intern, The Washington Times
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