“However, his campaign was claiming they raised more than $9 million from October 1-November 10, which was more than double what he raked in the whole rest of the campaign. Did they already spend the entire $9 million? On what?”
They often speak in gross numbers. It could have easily cost then $6 million to raise $9 million netting them only $3 million.
Odd that the attacks have suddenly vanished and the same folks are now clamouring for his supporters. Funny how that works, eh?
Why didn’t you stand behind him when he was unfairly accused, Cincinnatus? If the man was truly tarnished by the allegations one would think that his endorsement holds no weight.
Clearly that wasn’t the case. Good thing we have folks like you that are so transparant.
I think, perhaps, you meant to address your reply to someone else. I didn’t comment on fund raising. I commented concerning endorsements.
>> They often speak in gross numbers. It could have easily cost then $6 million to raise $9 million netting them only $3 million. >>
Nope, this was money that flowed in as Cain surged. It was not the result of any extended fund raising efforts. Plus, fund raising organizations usually work on a percentage of gross, and it’s nothing close to 60%.