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Topic - Elizabeth Birch
President Obama's campaign has left off its public list of "bundlers" at least 25 names its own finance team considers to be among their most valuable funders, including seven who live in foreign countries, a Washington Times review of records found.
"My emails go out to about 5,000 people and I send one every three or four months," she said. "I've never been good at the counting part. I'm just not good at it."
Ms. Birch said she is an enthusiastic supporter of Mr. Obama, but is unsure how much she has raised.