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THE MONEY / DENNIS KUCINICH
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2004
February: $2,031,888.23
January: $1,236,657.48

2003
Fourth quarter: $2,899,222.81 (includes $1.5 million bank loan on 12/18/2003)
Third quarter: $1,660,756.67
Second quarter: $1,559,918.63
First quarter: $181,035.08
$9,800,898.09
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2004
February: $2,874,975.40
January: $1,365,610.00

2003
Fourth quarter: $1,168,177.09
Third quarter: $1,950,326.52
Second quarter: $529,696.17
First quarter: $129,766.35
$8,028,254.50
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$1,772,643.59
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About Dennis Kucinich:
Rep. Dennis Kucinich entered the race February 18, 2003, by filing papers to form a presidential exploratory committee. Kucinich, a four-term congressman from Cleveland, Ohio, is running on an unabashedly liberal platform. He remains in the race even though he has not won any state contests and Sen. John Kerry has amassed enough delegates for the Democratic nomination.
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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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