At a rally today in New Hampshire, Obama said the more than $30 million dollars his campaign raised in the last three months is a testament of support from the quarter million people who gave money. The Illinois Democrat says it shows that those people support his health care plan and want an end to the Iraq war.
The Obama campaign announced second-quarter fund-raising totals that show him out-raising rival Hillary Clinton by $10 million dollars.
Obama raised at least $31 million for the primary contest and an extra $1.5 million dollars for the general election if he wins the Democratic nomination.
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