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100% Individual donors for RP 3rd Quarter

P R E S I D E N T I A L C A N D I D A T E
Ron Paul (R)
Representative from Texas
When Paul announced he would form an exploratory committee, campaign representatives said nationally known and better-financed candidates wouldn't intimidate him-and they were right. Ron Paul was the surprise of the 3rd Quarter. Although he didn't collect much compared to some of the other candidates, he managed to double what he raised in the 2nd Quarter, from $2.5 million to $5.3 million. The congressman from Texas's 14th District has been in and out of Congress three times, so he has some fundraising experience. He ranked fifth in fundraising among GOP candidates during the 3rd Quarter, though he trails the first four by a wide margin. He continues, however, to have more cash on hand than the better-known John McCain. In the 2006 election, Paul raised three times more than his Democratic opponent.

Total Receipts: $8,268,453
Total Spent: $2,824,786
Cash on Hand: $5,443,667
Debts: $0
Date of last report: September 30, 2007
Totals may include compliance fund receipts
Source of Funds:
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Individual contributions
$8,229,811
100%

PAC contributions
$10,799
0%

Candidate self-financing
$0
0%

Federal Funds
$0
0%

Other
$27,843
0%

PAC Contribution Breakdown:
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Business
$10,500
77%

Labor
$0
0%

Ideological/Single Issue
$3,153
23%

How complete are this candidate's campaign finance reports?
(How to read this chart / methodology)
Full Disclosure
$3,724,440
(88.6%)

Incomplete
$0

No Disclosure
$481,009
(11.4%)

http://www.opensecrets.org/pres08/summary.asp?id=N00005906&c...

FUNNY HERE: RP $0 DEBTS, the man can balance a budget!
http://www.opensecrets.org/pres08/index.asp?cycle=2008

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