WASHINGTON (AP) -- Aides say Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton will have raised more than $100 million this year for her presidential campaign. That sets a historic new threshold in fundraising. Rival Barack Obama's campaign indicated it had reached that record-setting mark as well. Clinton aides said her figure did not include $10 million she transferred to the campaign from her Senate campaign account at the beginning of the year. That means the senator from New York will have raised more than $20 million during the past three months. Neither the Clinton nor the Obama campaigns revealed how much of the money raised was designated for the primary phase of the campaign and how much was for the general election.