Clinton gets $500,000 on-line within an hour of Pennsylvania polls closing.

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PHILADELPHIA, PA.–Clinton spokesman Mo Elleithee said on-line donations spiked and the campaign raised $500,000 in less than an hour after the Pennsylvania polls closed.

Up until now, our best average was in February,” he said, when raising the campaign got $1 million a day on-line. Clinton just raised half of that on-line in an hour.

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