The Democratic National Committee plans to spend $50 million on November’s midterm elections, Chairman Tim Kaine said today.
Democratic Party committees entered April with $22 million more to help their congressional candidates than Republicans, a reversal of four years ago.
President Barack Obama courted donors in Colorado and California as he sought to retain his edge in the money race with Republican Mitt Romney and the independent political groups supporting him.
President Barack Obama is revving up his campaign fundraising in a bid to block Republican gains in the November House and Senate midterm elections that could frustrate the rest of his presidency.
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