The $35 million Hillary Clinton has on hand for her primary campaign edges out the $32 million in Barack Obama’s coffers, according to financial reports acquired by the AP. But both have almost three times the money of any other campaign—Rudy Giuliani leads Republicans with just $11.6 million, less than third-place Democrat John Edwards.
The race's financial wild card is Mitt Romney, who spent $21 million this quarter—more than Clinton and Obama—by dipping into his personal fortune. Ex-frontrunner John McCain, meanwhile, is in the red, with just $1.6 million on hand, and $1.7 million in debt. And long-shot candidate Ron Paul netted a surprising $5.4 million.