Wed, May 16, 2012 |
By Hugh Hewitt
More trouble in Obamaville? The president’s cash haul in April was down from that in March, and The Hill’s report has this note of anxiety within it:
The Obama campaign is making a concerted effort to boost the number of small donations, as its affiliated super-PACs have not been able to compete with the big donations from wealthy individuals contributing to super-PAC’s affiliated with presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney.
The Romney small donor campaign is also picking up speed, and the Chicago gang must surely realize that their 3:1 spending advantage from 2008 is gone, vanished with the hope and the change and the opponent who didn’t counterpunch.