The Republican Party and presidential candidate Mitt Romney have almost $60 million more in the bank than President Barack Obama and his Democratic Party but campaign finance experts say it is too soon to assume that means a political advantage in November.The Obama and Romney campaigns are vying to become the most successful fundraising operations in U.S. history, with help from their national parties. In July, Romney raised $101 million for his campaign and the party, outpacing Obama for the third month in a row. Obama and the Democrats hauled in $75 million.Romney, the Republican National Committee and the Victory Fund they use jointly said they had $186 million left in cash on hand at the end of July. Disclosures filed on Monday showed Obama, the Democratic National Committee and their own joint funds having a total of $127 million left in cash on hand.That money is an important gauge of firepower saved up for future advertising or investments in hiring, offices and events.It has p...
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July 20, 2009 12:43 PM UTC by Elizabeth MacDonaldThe Case Against Larry SummersFederal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke presents the Fed's semi-annual monetary-policy r...
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