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Sen. Clinton: Illinois is one of her top money states


From PoliticalMoneyLine, one of my favorite sites to track money and politics,
see how Illinois is a leading state for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.)to pick up political money.....

Since the beginning of 2001 Sen. Clinton has raised $31,178,474 from individuals. In the 2001-2002 cycle she raised $1,094,192 from individuals. In the 2003-2004 cycle she raised $9,637,834 from individuals. In 2005 she raised $20,446,448.

Since the beginning of 2001 the itemized donors aggregating over $200 come from the following top states:

New York: $9,415,194
California: $2,227,988
DC: $928,210
New Jersey: $895,630
Illinois: $764,788
Texas: $751,380
Florida: $696,122
Massachusetts: $676,572
Maryland: $548,970
Virginia: $546,340

In her 1999-2000 Senate race Clinton raised $24,191,963 from individuals.


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Gregg Birnbaum
"It's All About Her"

Since 1999 I knew she would be the next president no doubt,my opinion America needs a mother after three hundred years to heal all the wounds a father never even thinks of.God bless America when Hillary is president.

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