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Clark raising big bucks over the Internet

The AP reports,

Wesley Clark raised more than $3.5 million in the first two weeks of his presidential race, beating some of his Democratic rivals who have been campaigning for months.

Roughly two-thirds of Clark's money was raised over the Internet, campaign spokeswoman Kym Spell said.

Clark received donations from 21,000 people, with contributions averaging $167.

The former general brought in about $250,000 a day.

The article has some predictions for several other Democratic candidates.

(Disclosure: I now advise [about campaign finance laws] an independent group supporting Gen. Clark's candidacy.)