Just before Hillary Clinton testified on Capitol Hill about the terror attack in Benghazi, her 2008 presidential campaign filed paperwork revealing that millions of dollars worth of debt had finally been repaid.
And, in fact, Clinton’s presidential campaign now has $204,832.97 cash on hand. That money can be used for future campaigns, should Hillary Clinton decide to run again for public office. She has not, however, made a public announcement on whether she is planning to run for president in 2016.
Some of the final disbursements from Clinton’s 2008 campaign, according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission, were three payments to the polling firm Penn Schoen & Berland LLC, run by Mark Penn and Doug Schoen. The three payments were for the amounts of $19000.00, $27000.00, and $27000.00. Other disbursements included tax bills to Washington, D.C., Maryland, and the federal government’s Internal Revenue Service.