Hillary is raising money like, well, a presidential candidate:
Clinton, who faces two little-known Republican opponents in her bid for a second term in November, raised $6 million from Jan. 1 to March 31 — outdistancing the 32 other senators seeking reelection this fall as well as her prospective rivals for the presidential nomination. Clinton has now raised better than $39 million for her reelection effort since coming to the Senate in 2001 and ended last month with nearly $20 million in the bank. Election law allows anything left over from her Senate campaign to be transferred to a presidential campaign.
My book argues that the Clinton nomination is a foregone onclusion, as is the nomination of Senator Obama as her running mate. Numbers these large underscore the point.
How much has Slow Joe Biden raised? Ex-gov Warner? Russ “Get a Warrant” Feingold?