WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is raising millions of dollars in traditionally Democratic areas this summer.
That's as his campaign has out-raised President Barack Obama for a third straight month since May.
An Associated Press analysis of campaign finance data found donors from New York to Los Angeles contributed to Romney or the Republican Party with checks both large and small.
Obama and his advisers say they will likely be outspent by November.
Last month, Romney and the GOP reported a combined $101 million in fundraising while Obama and the Democrats said they raised $75 million.
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