Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Barack Obama raised more than $750 million for his presidential campaign, a record that surpassed what both presidential nominees took in four years

Hillary Clinton supporters have been invited to contribute more as she seeks to retire her presidential campaign debt, aides say.

Clinton's campaign had nearly $7.5 million in debts to consultants and vendors at the end of October, the latest Federal Election Commission report says.

Clinton, who forgave $13.2 million in personal loans to her presidential campaign, has said she wants to repay her campaign debts, USA Today reported.

The New York senator's fundraising will be handled by her campaign committee once she is confirmed as the next secretary of state.
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