Clinton Raises $35 Million In 1 Month

WASHINGTON D.C. (AP) — Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is making a big comeback – at least when it comes to raising money.

Rebounding from a weak January, Clinton is expected to raise $35 million dollars in February, according to a campaign official.

The $35 million would be Clinton’s biggest fundraising mark yet and represents a remarkable recovery for her campaign.

Barack Obama’s campaign reacted promptly, promising an even higher number, but revealing no totals.

That would make February an astounding fundraising month for the Democrats. At that rate, both candidates would break records for contestants in a primary fight.

Clinton raised nearly $14 million in January to Obama’s $36 million.

Despite Clinton’s increased fundraising, Obama is still outspending her in the crucial March 4th primary states of Ohio and Texas.