President Trump’s re-election campaign has already raised over $30 million. The campaign now has a total of $40.8 million in the bank. This is more than any other presidential campaign. Bernie Sanders, who is seeking the Democratic nomination, leads the Democratic fundraising.
Bernie’s campaign has raised $18.2 million in the past four months. He currently has $28 million in the bank. Nathan Gonzalez is a political insider. He stated that Trump is trying to raise as much money as possible. However, he does not believe that money will be the factor that decides who wins the 2020 election. The Democratic nominee will have a lot of money, and the president has a lot of money.
The 10 Democratic hopefuls have raised a total of $79.6 million. This is more than the Democratic nominees raised during the first quarter of 2016. Pete Buttgieg, who is the mayor of South Bend, Indiana and a Democratic donor enthusiasm, has raised over $7 million.
Jon Soltz is the president of Votevetz, which is a progressive group. He stated that the momentum is clearly shifting left. He also stated that the group will get behind whoever receives the Democratic nomination. Additionally, they will pool their money and donate it to the Democratic nominee.
Trump has been focused on getting re-elected ever since he took office. In fact, he filed his paperwork for reelection in January 2017. He has received a lot of financial support from anonymous online donors. The average contribution was $34.26. Ninety-nine percent of the donations were less than $200.
Even though Trump’s campaign has raised a lot of money, it does not set any records. Former President Obama did not start raising money for his re-election until April 2011. He managed to raise $47 million during the first three months of the campaign.