When Campaigns & Elections launched in the spring of 1980, the presidential campaign that was already underway would see just over $92 million in spending. Just ahead of Election Day 2012, President Obama posted a $150 million fundraising total for the month of September alone. Taken as a whole, the cycle saw some $7 billion in total spending.
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