Warren's campaign said it has $25.7 million cash-on-hand. Sanders entered the race having already established an enormous network of donors during his 2016 presidential campaign, and he raised slightly less in the third quarter of 2019 than he did during the same time period in 2015.
US presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren stepped up her fundraising between July and September in another sign her campaign to win the Democratic presidential nomination is gathering steam.
Sanders announced his fundraising figures earlier in the week but on Friday noted the historic nature of his candidacy, which his campaign said has had to fight the establishment "doubt" that he can win the White House. Biden said at a fundraiser Thursday that he had raised $15 million in the third quarter.
"Warren also edges out Biden by 5 points among self-identified Democrats, 28 percent to 23 percent, though the poll shows a stiff competition for independents, with both Warren and Biden coming in at 20 percent and Sanders getting 18 percent among such voters", adds the website. Warren's marketing campaign stated its quarterly totals got here from 509,000 donors providing 943,000 donations. Pete Buttigieg, who has mixed small donors with conventional fundraisers, raised $19.1 million.
Bernard Sanders in money raised over the past three months among the 2020 Democratic presidential contenders. Several recent national and early state polls put her ahead of Biden, the former vice president and DE senator.
Warren has argued that by shunning big-dollar fundraisers and huge donations, she has had extra time for issues like staying hours after rallies to take "selfies" with 1000's of attendees. She has drawn colossal crowds now now not too long ago - including Thursday evening in San Diego, when the marketing campaign estimated that 8,500 of us thronged a grassy, downtown park off the Pacific Ocean to cheer her plans for a "wealth tax" on the fortunes of the richest Americans and vows to destroy up highly efficient banks and tech giants admire Facebook. Doug Jones (D-Ala.) - was one of the first hires Warren made in launching her 2020 bid.
Candidates must file reports with the Federal Election Commission detailing their third-quarter fundraising and spending figures by October 15.