Mitt Romney set a fundraising record when he broke the $100 million mark in June—and last month, he hauled in a very notable amount once again. His campaign and the Republican National Committee broke the $100 million mark for a second time, bringing in $101.3 million, Politico reports. That's not quite June's number—that was $106.1 million—but it will almost certainly keep him ahead of President Obama in terms of cash-on-hand. Romney's campaign, the RNC, and the Romney Victory Fund have a total of $185.9 million in cash reserves between them.
No word on July fundraising numbers from Obama yet, but the Republicans beat the Democrats in May and June fundraising; last month, Obama and the Democratic National Committee raised $71 million. The president will get at least $2.5 million today at two fundraisers, USA Today notes; one of them is co-hosted by Hollywood bigwigs including Harvey Weinstein, Aaron Sorkin, and Anne Hathaway.