$10 Million in 24 Hours?

April 23, 2008 1:24 pm

That’s how much the Clinton campaign says it expects to pull in between last night’s win and the end of the day today.

For comparison, Richard Nixon’s entire 1960 campaign cost about $10 million, which was more than JFK spent to win the presidency that year. That’s not adjusted for inflation, and the 1960 election pre-dated Watergate-era reforms, so it’s not a precise comparison.

But still, $10 million in 24 hours?

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