Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s (D-N.Y) communications director Howard Wolfson said Monday that the former first lady’s presidential campaign is raising “a considerable amount of money” and that its “cash flow is good.”
Wolfson reacted to reports stating that the campaign was experiencing a cash crunch during the home stretch of the primary season.“Our cash flow is good. Bills are being paid. We are continuing to raise a considerable amount of money. We had the best fundraising month in the campaign's history last month,” said Wolfson on MSNBC. “We are continuing to do well this month. The support that we’re receiving over the Internet especially is very, very strong.”
However, he noted that the Democratic front-runner, Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.), would again raise more money than Clinton in March and acknowledged that the former first lady is not yet on the air in Indiana and North Carolina, instead focusing on winning Pennsylvania.