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THE MONEY / JOHN KERRY
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• John Kerry
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2004
October 1-13: $58,379.42
September: $198,918.91
August: $ 14,635,729.06.
July: $48,341,444.76
June: $37,683,886.38
May: $30,777,512.01
April: $31,302,921.21
March: $44,155,752.60
February: $8,376,610.86
January: $7,662,800.74 (includes $3.5 million in loans to himself)

2003
Fourth quarter: $5,239,862.60 (includes $2,887,965.80 in loans to himself)
Third quarter: $4,015,365.36
Second quarter: $5,866,126.95
First quarter: $7,010,242.97

2002
$3,151,898.00 (Includes $2,650,000 transferred from Senate committee)
$249,305,109.25
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2004
October 1-13: $2,158,856.81
September: $2,165,986.38
August: $14,494,932.53
July: $36,477,510.62
June: $28,163,096.44
May: $32,081,689.58
April: $35,075,523.37
March: $14,548,226.49
February: $8,259,850.71
January: $7,132,588.28

2003
Fourth quarter: $11,420,725.55
Second quarter: $3,076,665.29
Third quarter: $7,091,134.37
First quarter: $1,998,520.54

2002
$91,022.17
$195,738,854.87
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$24,493,142.30 (general election)
$44,928,732.14 (primary election)
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$35,785.10 (general election)
$266,271.42 (primary election)

About John Kerry:
Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry was the second Democrat to enter the race, announcing on December 1, 2002. Going into 2004, he was not considered a front-runner but came roaring back to win the Iowa caucuses and nearly every primary or caucus afterward, amassing enough delegates to be the Democratic nominee. First elected to the Senate in 1984, the 60-year-old Kerry is a decorated Vietnam War veteran. He considered a presidential run in 2000.
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