The Trump campaign and its committees have racked up a billion dollars in spending, an unprecedented sum for this stage of the election.
Biden handily outraised Trump in his first full quarter as the presumptive nominee.
Transfer limits and security freezes are stalling efforts to get people free from jail in the middle of a pandemic.
“We’re not the kind of organization that can just turn to a rainy day fund and get through this unscathed.”
Biden has never been a prolific fundraiser, but now small donors are struggling, and rich bundlers are getting desperate pleas from charities.
The former New York City mayor has spent almost $200 million, and he still has billions left in his account.
Sanders now has 5 million individual donors, more than any other campaign.
“Go to Joe30330,” Biden said at the end of the debate. And Joshua Fayer jumped into action.
Chairman Tom Perez has not fixed the DNC's fundraising woes.
Together, President Trump and the Republican National Committee raised more than $105 million in the second fundraising quarter.
Humanitarian charity Concern Worldwide's "Ration Challenge" asks fundraisers to spend a week eating the supply packs provided to refugees. But does it undermine the scale of the crisis?
Managing to raise Rs 7 million to fund student activist Kanhaiya Kumar’s campaign, Our Democracy is quietly shaking up the world of political fundraising.