Monday, April 23, 2012

Obama could be in trouble fundraising - Romney closing the 2008 Gap


Obama's fundraising dominance in 2008 could be in rocky shape versus Mitt Romney this go round. Romney is an accomplished fundraiser, aggressive and well connected in the Financial Communities.  Obama's 4 to 1 edge on McCain in 2008 is just not happening in 2012.

 Romney and the RNC set fundraising goal of $800 million http://t.co/TiBnBXry This is a lofty goal but the plan is for the RNC to raise for the ground game and Romney's SuperPac Restore our Future coupled with  American Crossroads to raise the major AD Dollars.  The Crossroads groups: $100 million raised so far this cycle http://t.co/nbn9MVFo  Romney SuperPac Restore Our Future has an $8.7 million March haul – http://t.co/LdfwEL0Q  In another sign that does not bode well for Obama in 2012: Pro-Romney Super-Pac out raises Obama group 3-1 http://t.co/HnNOrcgz 


Introducing 'Romney Victory' http://t.co/egY9blWI Romney starts General Fundraising.  Romney has already raised joint General Money w RNC at Florida and NC fundraisers. Romney: Two days, six fundraisers in New York Metro http://t.co/qGNk8mVu  Romney starts a Significant General Election Victory Fund push this week in the Northeast.  Another shift versus 2008 is the RNC has more cash on hand $32m than the DNC $21M now - See chart below.


While the Primary extracted Cash from the Romney campaign, you can see a plan emerging with the RNC, SuperPac's and Romney Campaign to raise significantly more money than the anemic amount McCain raised in 2008.  There are signs Obama fundraising will fall well short of his $1 Billion goal.  Obama Fundraising Continues to Drop, Down 38% Compared to 2008 http://t.co/AxSCmsVX  RNC has raised more than $110 million over the past 15 months - more cash on hand than DNC http://t.co/IyIp2CH6  And Romney super PAC pummeled Obama's in March http://t.co/N2OcqoKn  Wall Street Turns to Romney, not backing Obama is the trend  http://t.co/Xvqi391Y 




Will Obama out raise Romney? Probably, but do not expect a very big disparity - Toto it's not 2007 anymore.  Obama’s money woes? - Reality is setting In Obama is not going to raise his $1B goal    Another good read that supports my optimism Obama Might be out-fundraised here > http://t.co/v3zQgK1M

Romney versus Obama Combined Fundraising Chart:

Mitt Romney 2012 March Totals Cash
   
Romney Campaign   12,600,000    87,000,000    10,100,000
Romney PAC - Restore our Future     8,700,000    51,000,000      6,454,000
RNC Victory   13,700,000    32,000,000
Crossroads   17,000,000  100,000,000    24,400,000
Total   52,000,000  238,000,000
   72,954,000
Obama 2012 March Totals Cash
Obama Campaign   35,000,000  207,783,000  104,000,000
DNC   15,400,000    21,200,000
Obama Pac - Priorities USA     2,500,000      4,600,000      5,000,000
Total   52,900,000  212,383,000  130,200,000


3 comments:

  1. Most all of Romney's cash coming from big corporate & Wall St. donors, as opposed to Obama, who gets a sizeable chunk, up to 50% even, from grassroots & small donors.

    What does that tell you about who each respective candidate is going to serve?

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  2. We don't need to guess who Obama is going to serve: His cronies in the green industry, giving them our tax dollars that they bail out with before their companies go bankrupt.

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