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Romney makes an $8.5 million loan to his campaign

On the one hand, it means that Romney didn’t raise what he felt he needed. On the other hand, it’s a sign that he’s serious about winning. 

Today, Romney for President announced it is expected to report over $18 million in total receipts for the Third Quarter, ending September 30, 2007.  The Campaign again opted to raise no general election funds and is expected to report $10 million in primary contributions.  The total receipts include Governor Romney’s loan of $8.5 million.

More details over on The Campaign Spot.

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