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Now what spurs this question is that some believe that how best to spend your campaign money is changing, that with the amount of money being raised and that will be spent on this presidential election(already over a half billion), the old conventional wisdom is no longer true. Those people believe that at a certain point, spending in a month, week, day, just does not ad much, that you hit a point of saturation. That therefore it is better to spend early and set the impressions in voters minds."You've perhaps noticed in the paper, we're a little wiser in our spending of dollars than the other side, apparently," Romney said. "I'm not managing their campaign for them, but we're going to spend our money wisely, we're going to spend it to win."
His comment came a day after both campaigns filed their July fundraising reports with the Federal Election Commission. According to FEC reports, Romney and the Republican National Committee ended last month with $185 million in the bank—nearly $60 million more than Obama and the Democratic National Committee, which reported just $127 million in the bank.
With that(and more) in mind, who do you think is doing s smarter job managing campaign funds?