As the second-quarter dash for cash enters its final week, the 2008 presidential hopefuls are asking donors big and small to open their wallets and show them the money.
The second-quarter fundraising totals, due to the Federal Election Commission by June 30, are widely regarded as a gauge of candidate electability. Political analysts say the 2008 election campaign will be the most expensive in U.S. history.
'More Money Than Ever Before'
"Candidates are raising more money than ever before,"...Full Story