The latest campaign finance reports show Barack Obama once again led all other candidates in money raised from the entertainment business, collecting more than five times the amount raised by John McCain.
As of the end of May, Obama had raised $4.2 million from entertainment sources, with McCain far behind at $736,246, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
Hillary Clinton, who was still in the race, had collected $3.5 million by the end of the month.
Overall, fund-raising was down for all candidates. Obama collected only about $200,000 more in May from movies, TV, and music donors, and McCain picked up about $100,000. Clinton raised about $115,000 in the industry in the final weeks of her race.