The Romney campaign is already enjoying considerable financial support among private industry America as the Obama campaign continues to beg for cash that is coming in well below the levels expected just one year ago.
EXCERPT VIA WHITE HOUSE DOSSIER:
The pro-Obama’s Super Pac Priorities USA raised a pitiful $1.6 million in April, bringing in some $3 million less than the pro-Romney Restore Our Future, Politico reports.
The group stumbled even after the White House dropped its abhorrence of PACs and started prodding Democrats to contribute to it.
Priorities USA has $4.7 million on hand, less than Restore Our Future. Another major GOP PAC, American crossroads, the Karl Rove-backed venture, had some $24 million amassed at the end of March.
The poor performance of Priorities USA comes as Mitt Romney is drawing nearly even in his personal fundraising effort to President Obama. If Obama wins this year, it won’t be because he can wildly outspend is GOP rival, like he did in 2008.