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Which candidates are raising the most money locally? 

Rudy Giuliani is still in the lead. On Oct. 11, New Times consulted with the Federal Election Commission to report donations made by locals to national presidential candidates as of June 2007. The September figures have arrived, and the up-to-date information reveals that Republican Giuliani stayed in the top spot with a total of $74,550, a jump of almost $22,000. Democrat Barack Obama broke the Republican hold on the top four slots to edge into second place with $56,187.

Democrat Hillary Clinton, who would have sat at the bottom of the June list if not for fellow Democrat Dennis Kucinich, now sits behind Democrat John Edwards in middle of the pack.

Here are the details, according to the most recent FEC candidate reports, for donations made from the area spanning from Cambria and Paso Robles to Buellton--anywhere with a zip code that starts with the digits 934:

Rudy Giuliani-R: $74,550

Barack Obama-D: $56,187

Mitt Romney-R: $34,390

John McCain-R: $26,424

John Edwards-D: $17,656

Hillary Clinton-D: $8,700

Ron Paul-R: $8,202

Bill Richardson-D: $7,360

Mike Huckabee-R: $4,600

Sam Brownback-R: $4,104

Duncan Hunter-R: $3,775

Tom Tancredo-R: $3,745

Dennis Kucinich-D: $2,200

Mike Gravel-D: $10

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