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we need to be filed dnmt Republican Kentucky senator rand Paul creeping serious questions about it twenty sixteen campaign after raising only two point five million dollars last quarter along a wide Hispano in the story brand called numbers look especially start when you look in comparison into out of the woodwork candidate specifically been carting whose campaign financing and the third quarter act twenty million dollars is really worked a lot on your campaign , and called number it really pale in comparison to that once labeled don't most interesting man in politics Paul as opposed to build on the success of his libertarian father former congressman Ron Paul he rented two thousand eighteen twenty twelve but it hasn't worked out that way his pulled have no diet to the point where some wonder if he'll even make it to the next Republican debate and one of three super pacs raising money for him has stopped Saint Paul has wandered too far from his core message and it's not just the lack of money coming in it's also how quickly Polish spending his money the so called burn rate Rampolla actually burning through his mind , in fact he was one of that he had one of the highest birth rates of anyone in the field and about , hundred and eighty per one percent and Paul is not the only one former Republican New York governor George Pataki and former Rhode Island senator Lincoln Chafee running as a Democrat also showing very high burden rate with lots going out and little coming in well damn front runner Hillary Clinton spending at a rapid rate as well the big difference her campaign pulled in more than thirty billion dollars in the quarter the most of anyone in the red