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THE MONEY / JOSEPH LIEBERMAN
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Joseph Lieberman dropped out of the race on February 3, 2004.
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2004
February: $374,358.99
January: $4,034,916.98

2003
Fourth quarter: $2,167,110.30
Third quarter: $3,627,778.42
Second quarter: $5,137,733.09
First quarter: $3,013,842.90
$18,355,740.68
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2004
February: $724,924.12
January: $3,978,095.74

2003
Fourth quarter: $5,632,929.42
Third quarter: $3,590,063.32
Second quarter: $2,876,718.87
First quarter: $1,229,991.77
$18,037,323.24
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$318,417.44
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$314,149.30
About Joe Lieberman:
Sen. Joe Lieberman, the vice presidential nominee on the 2000 Democratic ticket, announced January 13, 2003, that he is running for the White House in 2004. But after poor showings in the February 3 primaries, Lieberman dropped out of the race. Lieberman, a moderate Democrat, was the first Jewish candidate to be nominated for vice president and would have been the first elected president.
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BY CANDIDATE
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.


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• Source: The information on this page is based on candidate filings with the Federal Election Commission
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