President Barack Obama's campaign ended the month of April with over $115 million in the bank, federal campaign filings posted Friday showed.
The campaign had $115,157,432.79 cash on hand after raising $25.7 million that month. Combined with other Democratic efforts, including the Democratic National Committee, they raised $43.6 million in April, slightly more than the $40.1 million GOP candidate Mitt Romney and his allies raised. Romney ended the month with $104 million cash on hand.
But Obama's campaign did report debt: $1,200 owed to a Nebraska company for telemarketing.