Cain left with millions after withdrawing from presidential race

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“We did more for Cain than his campaign did,” wrote Jordan Gehrke, the group’s head, in an email to The Washington Times. The group spent nearly half a million dollars on ads and voter and donor contacts in one month, indicating it is sitting on significant resources.

Another group, Draft Herman Cain, dropped Mr. Cain from its name before the candidate suspended his campaign. Its treasurer, Randy Goodwin, told The Times that donors should not expect a refund.

As outside groups, the PACs are subject to even fewer restrictions than the campaign, and there is no ban against officers paying themselves.

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