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Fundraising for 2020: Bernie Sanders still dominates with $ 18.2 million

Despite Sander's former role as Party Leader, no candidate sets fundraising records as the crowded field of nearly 20 Democrat jockeys for the attention of voters and donors.

In the 2008 campaign, when Democrats and Republicans had used several candidates in the far-flung successor to George W. Bush, the two Democrats – Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama – topped the lead and raised more than $ 25 million in the first quarter.

Nobody approaches the fundraising talent of Clinton or Obama in the race for the Democratic nomination in 2020.

Applicants who have started their presidential campaigns before the end of March must provide the details of their fundraising campaign and expenditure to the Federal Electoral Commission by Monday of the last day.

Here's a quick look at how the totals are made up for candidates who have previously released fundraising numbers:

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders

Total increased: $ 18.2 million

Total donor: 525000

Average donation: $ 20

Cash on hand: $ 28 million

Date of the race: 19th of February

California Sen. Kamala Harris

Total increased: $ 12 million

Total donor: 138000

Average donation: $ 55

Cash on hand: Not available immediately

Date of the race: 21th January

Former Congressman Beto O & Rourke

Total increased: $ 9.4 million

Total donor: Not immediately provided

Average donation: $ 43

Cash on hand: Not available immediately

Date of the race: the 14th of March

Mayor of South Bend Indiana Pete Buttigieg

Total increased: $ 7 million

Total donor: 158550

Average donation: $ 36.35

Cash on hand: Not available immediately

Date of the race: January 23 (announced committee of inquiry)

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren

Total increased: $ 6 million

Total donor: 135000

Average donation: $ 28

Cash on hand: $ 11.2 million

Date of the race: December 31

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Total increased: $ 5.2 million (including donations available only for general elections)

Total donor: Not immediately provided

Average donation: Not available. (Average online donation: 40 USD)

Cash on hand: $ 7 million (probably only money available for general election)

Date of the race: February 10th

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker

Total increased: $ 5 million

Total donor: Not immediately provided

Average donation: Not available. (Average online donation: $ 34)

Cash on hand: $ 6.1 million

Date of the race: February 1st

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Total increased: $ 3 million

Total donor: Not available immediately

Average donation: Not Available (Average Online Donation: $ 25)

Cash on hand: $ 10.2 million

Date of the race: January 15 (committee of inquiry)

Businessman Andrew Yang

Total increased: $ 1.7 million

Total donor: 80,000

Average donation: $ 17.92

Cash on hand: Not available

Date of the race: 6th November 2017

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