With 2019 closed out, DNC candidates were hoping to end the year on a strong surge of fundraising. While some of them were modestly successful, none of them came close to matching President Trump’s 2019 Q4 campaign donations.
First, let’s go over the “big hitters” on the DNC field.
- Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) took home a whopping $34.5 million in Q4, which breaks all single-quarter fundraising records for this primary race.
- Next is Pete Buttigieg with $24.7 million raised in the final quarter. Too bad he isn’t a mayor anymore, though.
- Coming in third is Joe Biden at $22.7 million.
- Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) trails just behind Biden at $21.2 million.
- Andrew Yang, the last of the notable candidates left on the first, brought home $16.5 million.
That’s pretty good until it’s compared to Trump’s $46 million in Q4 alone. In addition, he has over $100 million in reserves where most DNC candidates are all but broke.
Staggering $46M raised by @realDonaldTrump in Q4 2019.
Jaw-dropping $102.7M CoH.
This is JUST CAMPAIGN fundraising and doesn’t include RNC. That will be HUGE too.
Big response to POTUS record.
Dems impeach & Trump gets stronger!https://t.co/TRtmJNV1Se
— Brad Parscale – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@parscale) January 2, 2020
It’s obvious Democrats still don’t stand a chance going into the new year.
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