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2020 fundraising totals for 1st-quarter released: Trump, Bernie lead all campaigns

2020 fundraising totals for 1st-quarter released: Trump, Bernie lead all campaigns

So, which 2020 candidate has the biggest war chest?

The Federal Election Commission released the full first-quarter fundraising reports for each of the 2020 presidential candidates on Monday, and the filing showed that President Donald Trump raised more money than any other candidate with a total of $30.3 million in contributions have been to his re-election campaign in the first quarter of 2019.

Trump, the Republican incumbent this time around, launched his re-election campaign back in 2017 and stated that his goal was to raise $1 billion in donations for his 2020 White House bid.

For the ever-growing field of 2020 Democrats, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont came out on top with $18.2 million in individual donations, receiving over $6 million more than the next closest Democrat, Kamala Harris — who took in $12 million.

Below you’ll see that we’ve ranked each candidate based on contributions received in the first quarter. In addition, we’ve also included each candidates’ betting odds and their probability of winning the 2020 election along with how much money has been spent by each campaign and how much cash they currently have on hand.

2020 candidates fundraising and odds by the numbers: Q1 2019

The statistics below were taken from the FEC campaign fundraising report released on April 15, 2019 and details each of the 2020 candidates’ contributions, spending, and cash on hand (in millions).

*Rankings are based on contributions

*Odds via Bovada when last posted

1. Donald Trump

  • Position: President of the United States
  • 2020 Odds: +175|36.36%
  • Contributions: $30.3m
  • Total Spent: $47.5m
  • Cash On Hand: $40.8m

2. Bernie Sanders

  • Position: Senator from Vermont
  • 2020 odds: +650|13.33%
  • Contributions: $18.2m
  • Total Spent: $5m
  • Cash On Hand: $15.7m

3. Sen. Kamala Harris

  • Position: Senator from California
  • 2020 odds: +650|13.33%
  • Contributions: $12m
  • Total Spent: $5m
  • Cash On Hand: $15.7m

4. Beto O’Rourke

  • Position: Former Representative from Texas
  • 2020 odds: +900|10%
  • Contributions: $9.4m
  • Total Spent: $2.5m
  • Cash On Hand: $6.9m

5. Pete Buttigieg

  • Position: Mayor of South Bend, Ind.
  • 2020 odds: +2800|3.45%
  • Contributions: $7.1m
  • Total Spent: $700k
  • Cash On Hand: $6.4m

6. Elizabeth Warren

  • Position: Senator from Massachusetts
  • 2020 odds: +3000|3.23%
  • Contributions: $6m
  • Total Spent: $5.3m
  • Cash On Hand: $11.2m

7. Amy Klobuchar

  • Position: Senator from Minnesota
  • 2020 odds: +3300|2.94%
  • Contributions: $5.2>
  • Total Spent: $1.8m
  • Cash On Hand: $7m

8. Cory Booker

  • Position: Senator from New Jerse>
  • 2020 odds: +3300|2.94>
  • Contributions: $5m
  • Total Spent: $1.8>
  • Cash On Hand: $6.1m

9. Kirsten Gillibrand

  • Position: Senator from New York
  • 2020 odds: +4500|2.17%
  • Contributions: $3m
  • Total Spent: $2.4m
  • Cash On Hand: $10.2m

10. Andrew Yang

  • Position: Entrepreneur
  • 2020 odds: +2200|4.35%
  • Contributions: $2.4m
  • Total Spent: $1.3m
  • Cash On Hand: $1.2m

11. Jay Inslee

  • Position: Governor of Washington
  • 2020 odds: n/a
  • Contributions: $2.3m
  • Total Spent: $800k
  • Cash On Hand: $1.4m

12. John Hickenlooper

  • Position: Former Governor of Colorado
  • 2020 odds: +6600|1.49%
  • Contributions: $2m
  • Total Spent: $700k
  • Cash On Hand: $1.3m

13. Tulsi Gabbard

  • Position: Representative from Hawaii
  • 2020 odds: +4000|2.44%
  • Contributions: $1.9m
  • Total Spent: $1.2m
  • Cash On Hand: $2.8m

14. John Delaney

  • Position: Former Representative from Maryland
  • 2020 odds: n/a
  • Contributions: $1.7m
  • Total Spent: $7.8m
  • Cash On Hand: $10.6m

15. Marianne Williamson

  • Position: Self-help author
  • 2020 odds: n/a
  • Contributions: $1.5m
  • Total Spent: $1m
  • Cash On Hand: $500k

16. Julián Castro

  • Position: Former Housing Secretary
  • 2020 odds: n/a
  • Contributions: $1.3m
  • Total Spent: $600k
  • Cash On Hand: $700k

17. Wayne Messam

  • Position: Mayor of Miramar, Fla.
  • 2020 odds: n/a
  • Contributions: $84k
  • Total Spent: $2k
  • Cash On Hand: $82K

2020 candidates without Q1 fundraising reports

The candidates below either have not officially announced their 2020 president campaigns or launched after the March 31, 2019 deadline.

Democrats

  • Joe Biden (+650|13.33%) – Former Vice President of the United States
  • Tim Ryan (n/a) – Representative from Ohio
  • Eric Swalwell (n/a)– Representative from California

Republicans

  • William Weld (n/a) – Former Governor of Massachusetts

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