2020 Presidential Candidates Spending the Most and Least

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8. Beto O’Rourke
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $8.7 million
> Cash on hand: $5.2 million
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $13.0 million (55.0% from small donors)
> Occupation: Former congressman from Texas

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7. Pete Buttigieg
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $9.7 million
> Cash on hand: $22.7 million
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $32.3 million (48.8% from small donors)
> Occupation: Mayor of South Bend, Indiana

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6. Joseph R. Biden Jr.
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $11.1 million
> Cash on hand: $10.9 million
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $22.0 million (37.9% from small donors)
> Occupation: Former vice president

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5. Kamala Harris
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $11.8 million
> Cash on hand: $13.3 million
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $23.8 million (40.9% from small donors)
> Occupation: Senator from California

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4. John Delaney
> Campaign spending (Jan. 1 – June 30): $13.0 million
> Cash on hand: $7.4 million
> Funds raised (Jan. 1 – June 30): $688,776 (21.0% from small donors)
> Occupation: Former congressman from Maryland