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Elizabeth Warren Steals Page from Our Playbook-Money Bomb Raises over $100,000

The money bomb first revolutionized campaign finance in 2007 when Ron Paul supporters raised more than $6 million in one day -- far more than Warren has garnered in pledges. The frenzied fundraising has a practical goal -- to raise the money needed for a campaign -- but also aims to draw media attention and make a dramatic point about the broad base of public support for a candidate. Failed money bombs, meanwhile, are equally effective at making just the opposite point.