Washington (AP) -- Mitt Romney's campaign says the Republican Presidential Candidate raised $14 million from April through June.
That's short of his first quarter, when he raised nearly $21 million.
Romney aides say he had $12 million of cash on hand, the same amount he had at the end of the first quarter.
They also say the number of donors has increased from $32,000 in the first quarter to $80,000 for the first half of the year.
The figures put Romney ahead of rival John McCain, who raised $11 million during the second quarter and had $2 million cash on hand.
Rudy Giuliani, Romney's other top rival for the GOP nomination, has not reported his second quarter totals.
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