2020 Presidential Candidates Spending the Most and Least

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18. Michael Bennet
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $1.3 million
> Cash on hand: $2.2 million
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $2.8 million (23.9% from small donors)
> Occupation: Senator from Colorado

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17. John Hickenlooper
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $2.3 million
> Cash on hand: $836,276
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $3.2 million (14.7% from small donors)
> Occupation: Former governor of Colorado

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16. Marianne Williamson
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $2.5 million
> Cash on hand: $547,892
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $3.1 million (63.0% from small donors)
> Occupation: Self-help author

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15. Julián Castro
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $3.0 million
> Cash on hand: $1.1 million
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $3.9 million (63.0% from small donors)
> Occupation: Former housing secretary

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14. Tulsi Gabbard
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $3.6 million
> Cash on hand: $2.4 million
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $3.5 million (61.1% from small donors)
> Occupation: Congresswoman from Hawaii