More Record Fundraising for Biden Campaign
The Joe Biden campaign and the Democratic Party have more money raised now than they can spend in the 20 days remaining in the campaign.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday announced that his campaign and the Democratic National Committee raised $383 million in September, a massive sum that leaves him flush with cash in the final weeks of the election. His running mate, Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.), questioned Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, at her confirmation hearings.
Trump sought to shore up support in Iowa, holding a rally in a state he won comfortably four years ago, while Vice President Pence campaigned in Michigan, another Midwestern battleground state that was key to the Republican ticket’s electoral college win in 2016.
That number isn’t including the claimed $500M ActBlue has compiled for Democratic candidates. These fundraising hauls of late are staggering numbers, and in the closing weeks of the campaign the Biden campaign has more than enough funding to do whatever it wants to bring their closing argument against President Trump.