Former Illinois Sen. Carol Moseley Braun filed papers February 20, 2003, to create a presidential exploratory committee, but dropped out of the race on January 15, 2004. Moseley Braun was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1992 -- the only African-American woman to ever serve in the chamber -- but was defeated in a bid for a second term in 1998. Between 1999 and 2001, she was U.S. ambassador to New Zealand. Upon ending her bid at the Democratic presidential nomination, Moseley Braun endorsed Howard Dean. Read full candidate profile >
The Democratic primary candidates have raised millions since officially filing
their campaigns with the FEC, but all fall short of matching President
Bush's hefty campaign chest. Click on the images to the right for more
details on how much each candidate has raised, spent and owes.