His Super Tuesday victory coming after his South Carolina one has cemented Joe Biden as the probable Democratic nominee…With everybody out except for Bernie Sanders?
The heavy money is finally flowing into the Biden campaigns’ bank accounts…
Former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said Friday that his campaign had raised $22 million in five days amid a surge in support following his South Carolina and Super Tuesday wins.
Biden’s victory in 10 of 14 states that voted Tuesday not only resurrected a campaign that had been left for dead just weeks ago but vaulted the former vice president ahead of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the race for delegates for the Democratic nomination.
The former vice president shared his fundraising update on Friday during a call with supporters at a Bethesda, Md., fundraiser while also warning of an “increasingly negative” campaign from “Bernie Brothers.”
Flush with cash after a string of Super Tuesday victories, Joe Biden is flexing more muscle on the airwaves, closing Bernie Sanders’ spending advantage in a slew of Southern and Midwestern states holding primaries over the next two weeks.
Biden’s campaign has poured nearly $7 million into TV ads into a majority of the remaining March voting states, opening a spending advantage over Sanders in Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio and Florida, according to TV spending data from Advertising Analytics….