After breaking the record in August, it broke the funding record in September, giving the former Vice President a considerable financial foothold in the last few weeks of the 2020 campaign.
The Biden campaign revealed that it brought $ 383 million last month from $ 364.5 million raised in August by the Biden campaign, the Democratic National Committee, and their joint funding committee.
The Democratic presidential candidate has $ 432 million in cash on hand, Biden’s campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon said in a tweet. It’s a treasure chest of large-scale wars that takes less than three weeks before election days.
Biden announced cash hauling on social media in his video thanking grassroots donors. Read the tweet, “Thanks to everyone who tipped a few dollars last month.”
“That’s more money I’ve ever collected in my life,” Biden said in a video. “I’m really humble by that,” Biden later added.
According to the campaign, last month’s total included donations from 1.1 million new donors, bringing the number of contributors to the campaign to 5.5 million.
Of the $ 383 million raised, $ 203 million comes from online donations, according to O’Malley Dillon.
The Biden campaign said there were some major funding splashes, including the night of the first debate on September 29th. It raised about $ 10 million in over three hours. The next day, it brought an additional $ 21.5 million.
September numbers have not yet been revealed. In August, the former Vice President surpassed Mr. Trump and his entity by about $ 150 million.
In September, Biden earned about $ 141 million in cash on hand compared to Mr. Trump. Biden was nearly $ 200 million behind the president at the end of the primary.
Biden continues, The trend that has been going on since the end of July. In some cases, the Biden campaign doubled the spending on the Trump campaign.
According to Kantar / CMAG tracking, Biden Camp spends more than $ 24 million this week in 16 states, and Mr. Trump’s campaign spends more than $ 17 million on TV advertising in 11 states.
Earlier this week, Kantar / CMAG tracking showed that the Trump campaign reduced TV ad bookings by more than $ 10 million in nine states and added some spending in three states.