Who raised more money in 2008 election?

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Who raised more money in 2008 election?

Fundraising for the 2008 United States presidential election

Candidate (party) Amount raised Votes
Barack Obama (D) $778,642,962 69,498,215
John McCain (R) $383,913,834 59,948,240
Ralph Nader (I) $4,496,180 738,720
Bob Barr (L) $1,383,681 523,713

How many votes did Bush get in 2008?

List of United States presidential candidates by number of votes received

Candidate Year Popular vote
George W. Bush 2004 62,040,610
Mitt Romney 2012 60,933,504
John McCain 2008 59,948,323
John Kerry 2004 59,028,444

How do presidential candidates raise money?

Eligible candidates in the presidential primaries may receive public funds to match the private contributions they raise. While a candidate may raise money from many different sources, only contributions from individuals are matchable; contributions from PACs and party committees are not.

What was the 2008 presidential campaign coinage?

We think the likely answer to this clue is NOBAMA…

Can a presidential candidate use his own money?

Using the personal funds of the candidate. When candidates use their personal funds for campaign purposes, they are making contributions to their campaigns. Unlike other contributions, these candidate contributions are not subject to any limits. They must, however, be reported.

How much money does the government give to presidential candidates?

General election funds Public funding for major party presidential nominees in the general election takes the form of a grant of $20 million plus the COLA.

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