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Bachmann to Release Fundraising Numbers Next Week

Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann isn't planning to release any second-quarter fundraising totals until the deadline of July 15, next Friday. The Bachmann press team told Townhall the campaign is still in the process of compiling the numbers and said they have only been actively campaigning for three weeks, where as some of Bachmann's competitors have been in the race for nearly a year. According to the campaign, the Bachmann team is focused on building their operation before coming forward with fundraising totals.


Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Herman Cain, Tim Pawlenty and Jon Huntsman have revealed fundraising numbers for the second-quarter before the July 15 deadline.

Totals so far:

Mitt Romney: $18.3 million

Ron Paul: $4.5 million

Tim Pawlenty: $4.2 million

Jon Huntsman: $4.1 million

Herman Cain: $2.4 million

Newt Gingrich has not released a solid number for his totals, but has said numbers released next week will show his campaign is in debt. As of last month, his campaign was in debt $1 million.



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