Bush was at only 56 at this point in his presidency.
(CBS News) — By day’s end, President Obama will hit 100 on the campaign fundraising scoreboard.
He reaches the century mark by doing four money-raising events for his re-election campaign during a seven-hour swing through New York City. The visit follows a speech this afternoon here in Nashua, New Hampshire on the energy components of his strategy to boost the economy and create jobs.
It has taken Mr. Obama less than a year to do a hundred re-election fund-raisers since he officially filed his candidacy for a second term with the Federal Election Commission on April 4, 2011.
The hard-driving effort to raise money has taken Mr. Obama to 13 states. Here’s our CBS News tally of the venues for the president’s fundraisers to date.