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									Summary data for Bob Barr | OpenSecrets                                                                           10/12/08 5:06 PM


 Bob Barr (L)
 Former Rep. Bob Barr, once a Republican, announced that he's running for president on the Libertarian
 ticket, blasting the two major parties for not implementing more fiscal restraint. Barr, who helped
 successfully push through Bill Clinton's impeachment and who lost his Georgia House seat to
 redistricting in 2002, has maintained his leadership political action committee since then. He has raised
 $4.5 million through his PAC since the 2004 election cycle yet has given only 2 percent of that to other politicians -- a sign
 he was thinking about running for president.

 Cash on Hand: $59,413
 Debts: $1,000
 Date of last report: Aug 31 2008 12:00AM
 Totals may include compliance fund receipts

 Total Raised by Quarter

 Source of Funds                                                  Page 1 of 2
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     Individual contributions $834,904 98%
     PAC contributions          $8,267 1%
     Candidate self-financing   $1,000 0%
     Federal Funds                  $0 0%
     Other                     $11,000 1%

 How complete are this candidate's campaign finance reports?
                                                      Full Disclosure $281,889 (71.6%)
                                                      Incomplete          $750 (0.2%)
                                                      No Disclosure $111,117 (28.2%)

   NOTE: All the numbers on this page are for the 2008 election cycle. Summary and Fundraising by Quarter numbers are
  based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on September 20, 2008. All other numbers are based
                             on data released electronically on Monday, September 29, 2008.
                                           ("Help! The numbers don't add up...")

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