Advertisement - story continues below
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama’s campaign says it expects the president to become the first incumbent to be outspent by his opponent. They are outlining the potential for $1 billion in spending from Republican-leaning outside groups supporting Mitt Romney.
Campaign officials say they fully expect Romney and a collection of Republican-leaning super PACs to outspend Obama, who broke all fundraising records in 2008.
Read More at officialwire.com. By Ken Thomas.
Advertisement – story continues below
Photo Credit: Geoff Livingston (Creative Commons)