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Value Vote: How Much Are The 2012 Presidential Candidates Worth?

As the presidential election continues to heat up and candidates are weeded out, we look to their bankrolls to learn who has the most cash in the bank, and who’s funding their campaigns. From small donors to large, and donations from men versus women, the numbers may surprise you.

2012 Presidential Candidate Net Worth Infographic

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4 responses to “Value Vote: How Much Are The 2012 Presidential Candidates Worth?”

  1. […] of Mitt Romney’s $32 million that he raised came from large donors according to a study by CreditSesame. Compare that to Obama (52%), Santorum (79%), Paul (52%), and Gingrich (57%), and it’s pretty […]

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  3. […] are weeded out, we look to their bankrolls in this Infographic done by Columnfivemedia with Credit Sesame, to learn who has the most cash in the bank, and who's funding their […]

  4. […] to heat up and candidates are weeded out, we look to their bankrolls in this infographic done with Credit Sesame, to learn who has the most cash in the bank, and who’s funding their […]

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