At the end of 2019 first quarter fundraising for his campaign, would-be Democratic Party 2020 Presidential nominee Bernie Sanders has raised $18.2 million from 525,000 small-money donors (I'm one of them; I also gave to the Elizabeth Warren campaign).
The average donation was $20.
Sanders is the fundraising frontrunner, beating out Kamala Harris ($12m) and Pete Buttigieg ($7m) (Beto O'Rourke's campaign has not released its totals yet).
Sanders' campaign said the makeup of their donors puts the Vermont independent in a good position to continue raking in contributions as the campaign heats up and they begin to set down stakes in new states. Shakir reported that 88% of the total came from donations of $200 or less and that 99.5% of donations were for $100 or less. The majority of donors were young, he said, and that the occupation most likely to give were teachers.
Bernie Sanders raises $18.2 million during first 41 days of his 2020 campaign [Gregory Krieg and Fredreka Schouten/CNN]
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