2019 Second quarter Presidential campaign fundraising numbers are coming out….
Pete Buttigieg has the most at almost $25 Milionl….
Sanders has reported $18 Million….
Only Joe Biden is expected to combine with the most money raised….
(Sanders STILL remains in second place in the polling despite recent attention getting moves by Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris)
Trump and the Republicans raised $105 Million….
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont raised $18 million in the past three months, his presidential campaign said on Tuesday.
Mr. Sanders’s total was less than the $24.8 million that Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind., collected in the quarter, an eye-popping sum that the Buttigieg campaign revealed on Monday.
Mr. Sanders was the second candidate to disclose his fund-raising for the second quarter of the year, which went from April through June. After running for president in 2016, he entered the race this time around with a huge network of online donors, giving him a built-in advantage over his opponents in collecting small donations.
But Democratic voters have many more candidates to choose from in this cycle. Mr. Sanders remains far behind former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. in national polling, and he also faces stiff competition from Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts to win over voters on the party’s left flank.