The NYTimes shares the good news:
Barack Obama raised $21.9 million in May, his campaign reported on Friday, a day after the Democratic candidate said he would reject public financing for his presidential bid.
The Illinois senator’s campaign said it had $43.1 million in the bank at the end of the month, with debts of about $304,000.
Astounding. All of this is money freely given to the campaign by real Americans. Ninety percent of his donors have given $100 or less. The numbers are staggering.
But we’ve won nothing yet. McCain could still win.
“The fierce urgency of now” dictates that we take nothing for granted. This is the time to work.
Only hard work between now and November will result in victory.