Sanders’ most prosperous fundraising quarter for his 2020 campaign was the third quarter.
According to his aides’ Tuesday announcement, Bernie Sanders raised more than $25 million during the third quarter of the year.
Despite dropping to third place in national polling averages behind Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden, the senator from Vermont is still a financial powerhouse, as evidenced by the hefty haul. Sanders also recently revealed that he had received donations from 1 million people, a milestone he reached more quickly than any other Democratic presidential contender in history.
According to Sanders’ team, teaching is the most prevalent profession among his contributors this quarter, while Walmart, Amazon, and Starbucks are his donors’ top employers. They said that the average donation was slightly over $18.
According to Sanders’ campaign manager Faiz Shakir, Sanders is “happy to be the only candidate seeking to defeat Donald Trump who is 100% funded by grassroots donations — both in the primary and in the general” elections. Working-class Americans continue to scream loudly and clearly that they want a political revolution despite repeated attempts by media elites and professional commentators to downplay this movement.
Sanders’ most prosperous fundraising quarter for his 2020 campaign was the third quarter. Over the course of the year’s first two quarters, he raised nearly $18 million in total.
Sanders revealed a plan to tax high-earning CEOs in an effort to close the growing gap between the nation’s affluent and poor on Monday, according to his advisers, which was the second greatest fundraising day of the year.
Although Shakir did not specifically identify Warren, it is possible that he was alluding to the 2020 rival of Sanders, who declared that she would not take part in high-profile fundraisers during the primary but would not disarm against Trump in the general election. For the duration of the campaign, Sanders has vowed to forgo expensive fundraisers.
However, that sum is not included in the reported haul of $25.3 million, according to Sanders’ team, who allegedly moved an additional $2.6 million from his other campaign accounts.
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