In the news
Dean is still raising the most cash.
Dean collects nearly $600,000 in donations since Iowa (caution it's a NEDRA PICKLER's AP)
Only read the first part since it's Pickler, I guess.
Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean has raised $590,000 since his damaging Iowa loss, his campaign reported Wednesday night.
He isn't the only candidate to turn their performance in Iowa into new campaign money. Sens. John Kerry and John Edwards, who finished one-two in that state's precinct caucuses, each took in tens of thousands of dollars over their Web sites within hours of the voting.
Kerry, of Massachusetts, challenged donors to help him raise $365,000 over the Internet on Tuesday and met the goal by day's end. Edwards, of North Carolina, raised at least $250,000 online by Tuesday evening.
Dean isn't gone yet folks, not by long shot.
Overall, Dean has raised more than $41 million in the race, more than any other Democratic candidate.
Only 4 more million and Dean will have reach what is the federally imposed spending limit for those candidates like Clark and Edward that didn't opt out like Dean and Kerry did for of federal funding limits.
Go DEAN, I have faith in Dean.