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Wesley Clark dropped out of the race on February 11, 2004.
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2004
February: $2,434,025.30
January: $8,866,362.26

2003
Fourth quarter: $10,313,452.05
Third quarter: $3,491,108.95
Second quarter: ---
First quarter: ---
$25,105,398.56
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2004
February: $2,287,224.45
January: $11,765,524.00

2003
Fourth quarter: $10,301,230.89
Third quarter: $107,259.97
Second quarter: ---
First quarter: ---
$24,333,713.62
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$771,684.94
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$3,548,579.50

About Wesley Clark:
A retired four-star general and former supreme commander of NATO, Wesley Clark entered the race for the Democratic nomination on September 17, 2003. He won the Oklahoma primary but didn't fare as well in other races and dropped out on February 11, 2004, after third-place finishes in Tennessee and Virginia. The West Point graduate, Rhodes Scholar and former CNN military analyst led U.S. and allied forces in the 1999 air war in Kosovo. The race marked Clark's first attempt at elected office.
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The Democratic primary candidates have raised millions since officially filing their campaigns with the FEC, but all fall short of matching President Bush's hefty campaign chest. Click on the images to the right for more details on how much each candidate has raised, spent and owes.


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• Source: The information on this page is based on candidate filings with the Federal Election Commission
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