I have long had a theory that the candidate with the most money wins. It may not be fair, and some very good (some great) candidates get tossed aside because they just can't keep up with their opponents who have more of the green stuff to spread around.
If you're routing for an Obama defeat and a Romney win, this theory could work out well for you!
Obama's campaign sent out a tweet over the weekend announcing they had 761,000 people donate $75 million during the month of July.
Reporting back on last month’s fundraising numbers: In July, 761,000 people donated to raise over $75 million for this campaign. Thank you. — Barack Obama (@BarackObama)
Meanwhile, Mitt Romney and the RNC raised around $101.3 million.
Over $101.3 Million Raised In July
94.13% Of All Donations Received In July Were $250 Or Less
$25.7 Million Raised By Donations Under $250 In July
600,627 Donations Received Under $250 In July
Approximately $185.9 Million Cash On Hand
Contributions Received From All 50 States And Washington, D.C.
Romney and the RNC are definitely raking in the money for this election. Does that mean we will see a Republican in the White House? Will they take over the Senate and keep the House?
If I were to bet on it, I would say yes. What are your thoughts? Do think the candidate with the most money usually wins?
And if so, is that the way it should be?
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