U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina is starting 2010 with $2.7 million cash on hand, the campaign reported this morning.
Fiorina raised about $1.1 million from August 2009 through the end of the year, and along with her husband, loaned an additional $2.5 million to the campaign. That means roughly 70 percent of the money coming into the campaign came from the personal loan.
The campaign also reports that it raised over $232,000 online and that the average donation to her campaign was less than $350.
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