Obama Poised for Huge Cash Edge

With Obama already up in the polls — and the likelihood of a big Election Day for Democrats nationwide — the financial edge could be the last piece Obama needs, Lehane said.

"The resource advantage on top of the current trends is a potential game-changer," he said. "This is a completely different paradigm from the way presidential campaigns have been run over the last 20 or 25 years."

ABC's David Chalian and Bret Hovell contributed to this report.

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