They all come at once:

  1. Rudy Giuliani at $10.5m. $15 CoH
  2. Mitt Romney at $10m, $8.5m from self. And only $9m CoH. Is that a burn rate over 100%?
  3. Fred Thompson at $8m
  4. John McCain at $6m. $3.6m CoH, $1.5m in debt. I wonder where Jonathan Martin got his bogus info.
  5. Ron Paul $5m, $5m CoH.
  6. Mike Huckabee $1m
  7. Sam Brownback? My guess is near but below Huckabee.

Once again, advantage Rudy. Big failure for Huckabee. Lots of egg on face for Romney for spending all of the money he raises. Huge advantage to Paul, but will people care? And McCain is in the game after being left for dead. I still have trouble seeing why he would compete in Iowa though.


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ALB · October 4, 2007 at 4:42 PM

To quote Twain, “Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” McCain has proven he ought never be taken for dead until he’s six feet under.

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