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Fund-raising lifts Romney’s 2012 prospects

Total eclipses money taken in by foes’ PACs

Mitt Romney and Pete Wilson, former California governor, with Meg Whitman, a Republican gubernatorial candidate, in Fullerton, Calif., last month. Romney has used his fund-raising prowess to support choice candidates nationwide. Mitt Romney and Pete Wilson, former California governor, with Meg Whitman, a Republican gubernatorial candidate, in Fullerton, Calif., last month. Romney has used his fund-raising prowess to support choice candidates nationwide. (Chris Carlson/Associated Press)
By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Correspondent / July 15, 2010

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Mitt Romney has raised nearly $3.5 million for his political action committee in the first half of the year, a sum that dwarfs that of other possible 2012 Republican presidential candidates and establishes the former Massachusetts governor as a potent political force. (Full article: 1028 words)

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