Bad news for Obama -- Romney shrinks the campaign money gap

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Published June 21, 2012

| The Wall Street Journal

It's a good bet that there was an air of smug satisfaction in President Obama's Chicago headquarters last month when both sides in the White House race posted their end-of-April cash-on-hand numbers.

Obama for America and the Democratic National Committee had a combined $139 million in the bank while the newly minted presumptive GOP nominee, Mitt Romney, and the Republican National Committee had a total of $44 million. And $35 million of that was the RNC's. Mr. Romney's coffers were nearly bare.

Fast forward to June 7. The Obama campaign announced the combined Democratic effort had taken in $60 million in May, primarily from an extensive schedule of presidential fundraisers (including $15 million from a dinner at actor George Clooney's).

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