Bill Maher's Father's Day Message Is Almost Perfect
New Video Montage Shows Why Most Americans Think Biden Is Too Old to...
A Biden Spokesperson Did Not Just Say *That* to Explain Joe's Wandering Off...
It Was Quite A Week Of Media Stupidity
Another Big Huge Biden Lie
A Quick Bible Study Vol. 222: Jesus Quotes Isaiah - Part 1
What to Expect in the First Presidential Debate
Trump Reveals the Two Democrats He Plans to Oust
Black Detroit Pastor Criticizes Biden, Obama But Thanks Trump for Coming to the...
Liberal Media Tries to Play With Fire on Trump’s Birthday, But It Doesn’t...
El Savador Illegal Immigrant Charged With Rape, Murdering a Mother of Five
A Politically Incorrect Prayer
Who Does Kamala Harris Think She Is Weighing in on Our Sex Lives?
The Tolerance Lie
What Most People Do Not Know About Capitalism

Cha-Ching: Romney Raises $111.6 Million in August

The numbers are in, and they're huge. Team Romney raised $111.6 million in August. The Romney campaign, RNC and state party partipants now have $168 million cash on hand with 57 days to go before Election Day 2012.


Announcing the numbers, Romney Victory National Finance Chairman Spencer Zwick and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said, “Americans are not better off than they were four years ago and they are looking for a change of leadership. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are offering bold solutions to our country’s problems – that is why we are seeing such tremendous support from donors across the country. We will continue the hard work of raising the resources so that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan can win in November, put in place their Plan for a Stronger Middle Class, and finally get the country back on the right track.”

More numbers:

94.11% Of All Donations Received In August Were $250 Or Less
$34.6 Million Raised By Donations Under $250 In August
822,223 Donations Received Under $250 In August
Approximately $168.5 Million Cash On Hand
Contributions Received From All 50 States And Washington, D.C.

The vast majority of donations aren't coming from big time donors as the Obama campaign has charged, they're coming from everyday Americans. It turns out Paul Ryan was an excellent choice for Romney as his vice presidential nominee, not to mention a cash cow, too.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos