Hillary Clinton's campaign sent a message to supporters on Monday declaring victory after a strong October on the campaign trail, telling voters that their campaign has raised more than Barack Obama's at the same point in 2007.
The campaign boasted the $75 million they've raised for the primary so, stating that they "are well on our way to hitting our 2015 goal" of $100 million by the end of 2015. The campaign has also received donations from hundreds of thousands of of people according Hillary for American campaign manager, Robby Mook.
Mook added that the $75 million haul is "in fact, more than the Obama campaign had at roughly the same point in 2007. This is crucial not only because we believe strongly in the importance of small donors in the era of super PACs, but also because it represents a broad base of grassroots supporters who will continue to fund this campaign going forward."Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com