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Presidential Money Race (9/1/04 - 9/30/04)
BUSH-CHENEY '04
Cash on Hand (9/30/04) $36.8 million
Federal Funds (Received in Sept.) $74.6 million
Total Disbursements $44.3 million
KERRY-EDWARDS '04
Cash on Hand (9/30/04) $37.1 million
Federal Funds (Received in Aug.) $74.6 million
Total Disbursements $26.5 million
Note: The Bush-Cheney '04 campaign received federal funds shortly after President Bush accepted the Republican presidential nomination on Sept. 2 and is prohibited from spending money raised before then. Sen. Kerry accepted the Democratic nomination July 29 and his campaign was then limited to spending only federal funds.
Campaign Finance Reports: Party Money
Republican National Committee $93,577,251
National Republican Congressional Committee $25,587,757
National Republican Senatorial Committee $22,488,596
TOTAL $141,653,604
Democratic National Committee $55,671,864
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee $20,848,852
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee $10,584,957
TOTAL $87,105,673
Most Visited States Updated 11/2/04
Tracking of campaign visits started on March 3, 2004 after it was clear that Sen. John F. Kerry was going to be the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
President Bush Sen. John. F. Kerry
Ohio (20 visits) Ohio (29 visits)
Pennsylvania (19 visits) Florida (28 visits)
Florida (18 visits) Pennsylvania (22 visits)
Iowa (14 visits) Wisconsin (21 visits)
13 Visits: Mich., Wis. 12 Visits: Iowa, Mass.
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