Friday, July 16, 2004
Feingold's Grassroots http://www.wispolitics.com/index.iml?Article=20059
"Some facts about the Feingold campaign:
• This election cycle, the Feingold campaign has received more than 85,000 contributions from Wisconsin individuals.
• The average contribution for this quarter is less than $58.00.
• 97% of the donations this election are for $200 or less.
• During the 2nd Quarter, the Feingold campaign raised more than $1,300,000.
• The Feingold campaign has received financial support this quarter from new individuals in each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties.
• The campaign’s cash on hand is more than $3.85 million."
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