Monthly spending of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in the 2012 elections from January to October 2012 (in million U.S. dollars)

Elections 2012 - total monthly spending of Obama and Romney This graph shows the total spending numbers in the upcoming 2012 elections in the United States between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. The data include money by DNC and RNC, campaign, super PACs, and other sources that don't have to disclose their fundraising. Obama outspent Romney in September 2012 with a total of 164.3 million U.S. dollars.
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ObamaRomney
Jan '1227.640.3
Feb '122432.9
Mar '1231.631.5
Apr '1226.725.2
May '1258.628.2
Jun '1275.448.4
Jul '1290.383.3
Aug '12113.9129.1
Sep '12164.3126.3
Oct '12109.9116.5
ObamaRomney
Jan '1227.640.3
Feb '122432.9
Mar '1231.631.5
Apr '1226.725.2
May '1258.628.2
Jun '1275.448.4
Jul '1290.383.3
Aug '12113.9129.1
Sep '12164.3126.3
Oct '12109.9116.5
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This graph shows the total spending numbers in the upcoming 2012 elections in the United States between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. The data include money by DNC and RNC, campaign, super PACs, and other sources that don't have to disclose their fundraising. Obama outspent Romney in September 2012 with a total of 164.3 million U.S. dollars.
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Release date
October 2012
Region
United States
Survey time period
January to October 2012
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Total spending numbers include money by DNC and RNC, campaign, super PACs, and other sources that don't have to disclose their fundraising.

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