Despite having only four and a half months of time active as a presidential candidate in 2011, Gov. Rick Perry took advantage of his well-established fundraising network and overwhelmingly outperformed his opponents, raising $10.8 million last year. Perry's haul represents half of the total money given in Texas to all candidates ($21.6 million).
After Perry, President Obama had the second biggest pick-up in Texas with $3.7 million. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and U.S. Rep. Ron Paul are the only other candidates to break through $1 million, raising $3 million and $1.5 million, respectively.
Perry also raised the most money in the five Abilene zip codes represented on the interactive map.
According to the data, Perry raised $46,800 in Abilene, and Herman Cain finished a distant second with $15,604.90.
Ron Paul raised the third most with $2,464.76 just ahead of Newt Gingrich's $2,450.
Mitt Romney edged out President Obama by raising an even $2,000; just ahead of Obama's $1,748.
Jon Huntsman raised $1,000 in the Key City, while Michelle Bachmann raised $200.
There were a total of 106 Abilene donors, according to the interactive map.
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