- The Washington Times - Monday, July 21, 2008

Fundraising figures for June as released by the presidential candidates.

REPUBLICAN

JOHN MCCAIN

Total receipts to date: $144 million.

Total contributions to date: $126.3 million.

Total spending: $117.3 million.

June 2008 contributions: $21.5 million, including $5.1 million raised through joint victory fund with Republican National Committee.

June 2008 spending: $27 million.

Cash on hand: $26.8 million.

Debt: $1.45 million.

Top donor states in quarter: Texas: $1.17 million; California: $1.1 million; Florida: $870,600.

Employees of Zurich Financial Services gave $30,500; employees of Morgan Stanley gave $10,350.

DEMOCRAT

BARACK OBAMA

Total receipts to date: $349.8 million, including $14.3 million for general election.

Total contributions to date: $338 million.

Total spending: $278 million.

June 2008 contributions: $51.9 million, including $1.4 million raised through joint fund with Democratic National Committee. Includes $3.6 million for general election.

June 2008 spending: $25.7 million.

Cash on hand: $71.7 million.

Debt: $890,921.

Top donor states this quarter: California: $4.3 million; New York: $2.5 million; Illinois: $1.2 million.

Employees of IBM gave $40,600; employees of Microsoft gave $33,000.

HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON

Total receipts to date: $242.7 million, including $23.4 million for general election.

Total contributions to date: $212 million.

Total spending: $216.6 million.

June 2008 contributions: $2.7 million, including $105,000 for the general election.

June 2008 spending: $5.2 million.

June 2008 loans: $1 million personal loan.

Cash on hand: $2.7 million for the primary and $23.4 million for the general election.

Debt: $25.2 million, including $13.2 million in personal loans to her campaign.

Top donor states in quarter: California: $298,000, New York: $187,000, Texas: $113,000.

Executives of the Lozier Corp. of Omaha, Neb., donated $9,200.

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