While they're not yet saying how much money they've raised in the second quarter, the Obama campaign says they've accumulated 138,000 more donors so far. They hope to move that number up to 150,000 by the end of the quarter (Saturday), which would bring their six month total to a quarter million donors.
So while Clinton is still ahead in most polls, Obama has proven he can match her, ounce for ounce, on fundraising - and beat her in some respects. Which will give him the money to aggressively engage the public as the primaries continue, with ads like the one below (running in Iowa):
I've said it before, and I'll continue saying it: this is going to be the most interesting presidential election in my life time.