Hillary Clinton’s campaign is in debt despite a massive influx of donations last month, according to FEC filings. She raised $35 million in February, spent $31 million and ended up with $33 million—but most of it is reserved for the general election and the rest is owed. However, $5 million of that debt is to herself and need not be repaid.
Meanwhile, Barack Obama drew in a record $55 million last month, spent $43 million, and ended up with $31.6 million in hand. If her self-debt is forgiven, Clinton has only about $3 million in pocket. The dollar divide could hurt her with the superdelegates, many of whom contend that the race remains close because of her fundraising power, TPM reports.