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Rick Perry vs. All Candidates Campaign Finance Report
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Rick Perry has the most cash-on-hand entering the fourth quarter of 2011 in the GOP race to nomination. Perry's startup campaign costs were fairly modest, coming in at only $2,121,816.85, and a daily burn rate of $43,302.38. He raised $17,200,232.07.
Mitt Romney reveals the expensive operation that he is running, spending 3.15 times the rate of Perry at $136,456.67 per day. And the expensive media campaigns haven't even started yet. Romney raised $14,222,570.66, $3 million less than Perry.
Herman Cain burned $21,857.24 per day, and had a healthy net fundraising quarter, leaving $1,333,778.56 to start the final quarter of the year.
Michele Bachmann's campaign manager Ed Rollins stepped down Sept. 9, taking with him his campaign staff. You can see why. Her campaign is bleeding about $700,000 per month. And Bachmann has the third-highest daily burn rate, spending money at the clip of $66,084.79/day. She has $1.34 million left to spend. Not enough to carry Rollins' salary, probably.
Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Jon Huntsman are the three candidates with less than $1 million cash-on-hand. Gingrich's campaign is further dogged by $1.2 million in debt.Here is a table summary of the GOP nomination race campaign finance reports for the third quarter of 2011.
FEC Filing Cash Flow Analysis, Q3 2011 GOP Candidates
Ordered by "cash-on-hand, as reported for the 3rd Quarter, ending 9/30/2011)
|Candidate||Cash on Hand 7/1/2011||Cash Raised||Cash Spent||Cash on Hand 9/30/2011||Q3 Cash Flow||Daily Burn Rate||Link to Filing|
Read more about it at fec.gov