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Obama Campaign Plans to Raise Funds in China

Ming Pao, Posted: Jun 13, 2008

SAN FRANCISCO--- Barack Obama and John McCain are in the midst of a fund raising competition. This time Obama is reaching out to China, reports Mingpao. Next week, the Obama campaign will hold two fund raising events in China. Although the candidate wont be making an appearance, two seasoned advisors in his campaign from the Brookings institution will attend the event to be held at the Beijing home of David Brooks, the CEO of Coca Cola.

According to the Federal Election Commission records, Obama appears to have collected more funds than McCain from overseas, at least $1.6 million versus McCain's $196,000. As long as the donors are American citizens living abroad, there is no limit to how much they can donate .

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