Biden, Sanders and Buttigieg did not revealed how much money is in their war chests along with their third-quarter fundraising figures.
Elizabeth Warren fired a senior official for "inappropriate behavior", her presidential campaign said Friday, though it offered few details. The cash haul puts her just behind Senator Bernie Sanders and the $25.3 million raised during the same time frame.
Warren's total offers further evidence of her steady rise to the top of the pack in the Democratic primary race, where she now rivals former Vice President Joe Biden as a leading contender for the party's nomination. The Republican National Committee said that it and Donald Trump's re-election campaign raised a stunning combined total of $125 million in the third quarter, a presidential fundraising record.
US presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's campaign has fired a senior staff member following complaints of "inappropriate behavior", a campaign spokeswoman said on Friday. Additionally, the campaign said more than 300,000 of those donors were giving to the campaign for the first time. The average donation size for the third quarter was $26. California Sen. Kamala Harris reported $11.6 million throughout the identical interval. "Celebrate. Say 'woo-hoo!' (quietly, if you need to, depending on where you're reading this)".
Biden raised $15.2 million in the third quarter. You know, we pass the two cent wealth tax and here's the thing, not just a majority of Democrats like it, not just a majority of independents like it, but the majority of Republicans like it.
McDaniel previously worked as Hillary Clinton's primary-states regional director in the 2016 campaign, per Politico.
The Democratic candidates are not yet able to coordinate with the Democratic National Committee to raise money.
Though some Democratic strategists worry that a grassroots-dominant approach could be detrimental going into the general election, Warren is sticking with it, spending a lot of time in retail politics, taking time to meet voters.
At a town hall in San Diego on Thursday night, she reached her latest selfie-related milestone: She has now taken pictures with 70,000 people since beginning her campaign.
A key component of Warren's plan is a new tax on what she refers to as "excessive lobbying", which includes corporations and trade organizations that spend more than $500,000 per year trying to exert influence over government decisions.