UPDATE: The Giulaini campaign tells me that the actual cash on hand available for the primary is “over $11 million.”
The Giuliani campaign reported total cash on hand of $16 million, but hasn’t yet said how much of that is available for the primary, forcing me to go back and do some math.
At the end of the second quarter, the Giuliani campaign’s press release said that it had “over $18 million cash on hand,” but in reality, the cash on hand for the primary was $15 million. We also know that this quarter about $500,000 of Giuliani’s fundraisng was for the general. So, if you subtract $3.5 million from the $16 million in total fundraising, you end up with $12.5 million, or perhaps slightly less, as a more realistic measure of how much money Rudy will have for the primary. Still more than his rivals, but not quite as much more.
I caution that I still am awaiting a response from the campaign, and will update accordingly.
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