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Fundraising for the 2016 United States presidential election Top # 16 Facts
Fundraising for the 2016 United States presidential election Top # 16 Facts
Published: 2015/10/31
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US election 2016: Trump Foundation ordered to stop fundraising
US election 2016: Trump Foundation ordered to stop fundraising
Published: 2016/10/04
Channel: Al Jazeera English
Fundraising in the United States presidential election, 2016
Fundraising in the United States presidential election, 2016
Published: 2018/01/28
Channel: Search Engine
Housing First Gearing up for 2016 Elections
Housing First Gearing up for 2016 Elections
Published: 2015/03/23
Channel: BATC-Housing First Minnesota
How Much Does It Cost To Run For President?
How Much Does It Cost To Run For President?
Published: 2016/07/19
Channel: BrainStuff - HowStuffWorks
2016 Presidential Election and Candidate Fundraising
2016 Presidential Election and Candidate Fundraising
Published: 2015/07/21
Channel: High Point University
Trump addresses veterans fundraising
Trump addresses veterans fundraising
Published: 2016/05/31
Channel: CBSN
Trump roasts Clinton at Al Smith charity dinner
Trump roasts Clinton at Al Smith charity dinner
Published: 2016/10/21
Channel: CBS News
GOP RAKES IN THE CASH $$$$
GOP RAKES IN THE CASH $$$$
Published: 2017/10/30
Channel: Stephanie Hamill
Hillary Clinton Scores best fundraising month yet with $154 million
Hillary Clinton Scores best fundraising month yet with $154 million
Published: 2016/10/02
Channel: NEWS
US Election 2016 final overview
US Election 2016 final overview
Published: 2016/11/09
Channel: srishti sinha
Political Campaigns: Crash Course Government and Politics #39
Political Campaigns: Crash Course Government and Politics #39
Published: 2015/11/21
Channel: CrashCourse
Focus Washington: "The Hill" Editor Discusses Presidential Fundraising and Congressional Races
Focus Washington: "The Hill" Editor Discusses Presidential Fundraising and Congressional Races
Published: 2012/06/18
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Fundraising for the 2008 United States presidential election
Fundraising for the 2008 United States presidential election
Published: 2018/02/07
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Election Digits To Pay Attention To
Election Digits To Pay Attention To
Published: 2016/10/26
Channel: Wochit Politics
Jesse Ventura and Howard Stern for Presidential Election 2016?
Jesse Ventura and Howard Stern for Presidential Election 2016?
Published: 2013/09/30
Channel: Belligerent Politics
Brazile hopes book contributes to ‘the healing’ of democratic party
Brazile hopes book contributes to ‘the healing’ of democratic party
Published: 2017/11/13
Channel: TO DAY
Presidential candidates use Obamacare ruling to drive fundraising
Presidential candidates use Obamacare ruling to drive fundraising
Published: 2015/06/26
Channel: CBS This Morning
Presidential candidate fundraiser unfinished
Presidential candidate fundraiser unfinished
Published: 2016/10/14
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***OMG!*** NEW “Will & Grace” scene about 2016 Election.
***OMG!*** NEW “Will & Grace” scene about 2016 Election.
Published: 2016/09/26
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Today News - Donald trump campaign ramps up 2020 re-election fundraising
Today News - Donald trump campaign ramps up 2020 re-election fundraising
Published: 2017/10/20
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RALSTON: When money doesn
RALSTON: When money doesn't matter in the election
Published: 2016/11/10
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Why Trump should  be president
Why Trump should be president
Published: 2016/11/02
Channel: MicahLuke2016
How Much Can You Legally Donate To A Presidential Candidate?
How Much Can You Legally Donate To A Presidential Candidate?
Published: 2017/08/31
Channel: Call into Question
Democrats Impersonate Bill Collectors In Desperate Fundraising Attempt
Democrats Impersonate Bill Collectors In Desperate Fundraising Attempt
Published: 2017/08/24
Channel: The Jimmy Dore Show
Associate Professor Bert Johnson on Presidential Fundraising
Associate Professor Bert Johnson on Presidential Fundraising
Published: 2011/09/30
Channel: Middlebury College
POS Presidential Election 2016 Video Final 480p
POS Presidential Election 2016 Video Final 480p
Published: 2015/11/06
Channel: PIR FIU
What Americans Need To Realize About The 2016 Election
What Americans Need To Realize About The 2016 Election
Published: 2016/10/02
Channel: WeAreChange
2016 Presidential Election Prediction Donald Trump has WON by a LANDSLIDE!
2016 Presidential Election Prediction Donald Trump has WON by a LANDSLIDE!
Published: 2016/11/07
Channel: The Awakening
President Trump Just Dropped Major Announcement About Hillary, You’ll Agree With Him 100%
President Trump Just Dropped Major Announcement About Hillary, You’ll Agree With Him 100%
Published: 2017/11/05
Channel: LATEST NEWS TODAY
Juan Gutierrez discusses his New Jersey Rubio fundraiser with Save Jersey
Juan Gutierrez discusses his New Jersey Rubio fundraiser with Save Jersey
Published: 2015/07/28
Channel: SaveJerseyBlog
Money Trumps Votes as Republican Nominee Comes to Mississippi
Money Trumps Votes as Republican Nominee Comes to Mississippi
Published: 2016/08/24
Channel: Wochit News
Howard Gold (99 Cents Only Stores) - BASIC FREEDOMS Podcast
Howard Gold (99 Cents Only Stores) - BASIC FREEDOMS Podcast
Published: 2018/01/04
Channel: Ari Gold Films
Forget Trump - How Bernie Sanders and Ben Carson explain the crazy 2016 election
Forget Trump - How Bernie Sanders and Ben Carson explain the crazy 2016 election
Published: 2015/09/16
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What Is The Difference Between Primary Election And General Election?
What Is The Difference Between Primary Election And General Election?
Published: 2017/12/06
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Shar-Pei Rescue of Virginia - 2016 Beach Party Fundraiser
Shar-Pei Rescue of Virginia - 2016 Beach Party Fundraiser
Published: 2016/08/02
Channel: SharpeiVA
Brazile: I found no evidence Democratic primary was rigged
Brazile: I found no evidence Democratic primary was rigged
Published: 2017/11/06
Channel: Staring Now On
Political Ad agency for tea party conservatives+Fundraising
Political Ad agency for tea party conservatives+Fundraising
Published: 2015/04/14
Channel: Roger Fredinburg
The USA election
The USA election
Published: 2017/03/03
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VESICLES FOR PRESIDENT 2016!
VESICLES FOR PRESIDENT 2016!
Published: 2016/10/21
Channel: btcamp01
Last Debate Election Contest
Last Debate Election Contest
Published: 2016/10/19
Channel: Michelle Daniels
Paul, Rubio Lead Potential Republican 2016 Contenders In Spending
Paul, Rubio Lead Potential Republican 2016 Contenders In Spending
Published: 2014/04/16
Channel: Wochit News
BREAKING NEWS: TRUMP BECOMES THE 45th PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES - DEMS HORRIFIED
BREAKING NEWS: TRUMP BECOMES THE 45th PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES - DEMS HORRIFIED
Published: 2016/11/09
Channel: KGP TV
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Published: 2017/08/08
Channel: Mike Lebowski
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2016 (Animation)
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2016 (Animation)
Published: 2016/12/13
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First official 2020 presidential candidate attends fundraiser in NH
First official 2020 presidential candidate attends fundraiser in NH
Published: 2017/08/31
Channel: WMUR-TV
BREAKING: Donald Trump Wins The 2016 Election - DEMS IN PANIC MODE
BREAKING: Donald Trump Wins The 2016 Election - DEMS IN PANIC MODE
Published: 2016/11/09
Channel: KGP TV
US election 2016
US election 2016
Published: 2016/10/04
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Intelligence Committee: 3-30-17. Inquiry Into Russian Interference w/ 2016 Presidential Election.
Intelligence Committee: 3-30-17. Inquiry Into Russian Interference w/ 2016 Presidential Election.
Published: 2017/03/31
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Fundraising plays a central role in many presidential campaigns, and is a key factor[1] (others include endorsements/messaging/visits/staffers)[2] in determining the viability of candidates. Money raised is applied for the salaries of non-volunteers in the campaign, transportation, campaign materials, media advertisements and other contingencies. Under United States law, officially declared candidates are required to file campaign finance details with the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) at the end of every calendar month or quarter. Summaries of these reports are made available to the public shortly thereafter, revealing the relative financial situations of all the campaigns.

However, because of relatively recent changes to campaign finance laws (especially Citizens United v. FEC and McCutcheon v. FEC among others), the fundraising by nominally independent committees will be especially[3] important in 2015 and 2016, perhaps outstripping money raised by the officially declared campaigns.[4] Candidates not currently holding elected office, including Martin O'Malley,[5] Jeb Bush,[6] Scott Walker,[5] and Rick Santorum[5] made their official campaign announcements relatively later than is usual in presidential elections, instead concentrating on their fundraising vehicles, which can collect unlimited sums. By contrast, other candidates including Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Marco Rubio were some of the earliest candidates to announce, because as sitting federal Senators they are constrained by campaign-finance limits with regard to nominally independent groups whether or not they are officially declared. All three of these candidates have leadership PACs; many of the nominally independent outside groups are also 501(c)(3) and/or 501(c)(4) organizations, which are legally distinct from 527 organizations (which themselves have many variations). Many campaigns are using at two or three or four legal entities for fundraising; some campaigns, such as those of Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, and Rick Perry, are utilizing multiple fundraising vehicles of the same (legal) category, to permit donors more fine-grained control over how their money is utilized. Outside spending is expected to play a much larger role in 2016, than it did in 2012, which was the first presidential election after the landmark 2010 decision.[4]

As of July 2015, early fundraising totals for the candidates in the 2016 race have ranged from the millions of dollars to over a hundred million dollars. According to Republican National Committee member Henry Barbour of Mississippi, although some candidates will raise over $50 million during the course of 2015, in order to be competitive candidates will need to raise at least $10 million to $15 million during the course of 2015 (prior to the caucus and primary elections in early 2016).[7] As of July 2015, candidates for the Democratic Party who have already raised at least $10 million include Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, with Martin O'Malley coming in a distant third with approximately $2 million.[8] Also as of July 2015, candidates for the Republican Party who have already raised at least $10 million include Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rick Perry, Rand Paul,[9] John Kasich, Chris Christie, and Ben Carson.[8] Numbers for Scott Walker were not yet disclosed as of mid-July.[8] Coming in 9th place and above (or 8th place and above if Walker is elided) was Bobby Jindal with ~$9m, Mike Huckabee with ~$8m, and Carly Fiorina with ~$5m.[8] Finally, although Donald Trump raised ~$2m dollars from his campaign-announcement in mid-June through the end of the reporting period on June 30, 2015, he has a personal net worth in the billions of dollars, and has stated he will self-finance his campaign.[10]

4th Quarter 2015[edit]

Selected campaign-specific finance information through December 31, 2015, according to the FEC.[11]

Republicans 2015q4
Candidate Money Raised Itemized Loans Received Money Spent Cash On Hand Money Transfers
(from other accounts)
Total Debt Refunds
Ben Carson $22,627,101.70  % $ $27,331,988.58 $6,567,647.25 $ $0.00 $
Ted Cruz $20,519,558.79  % $ $15,563,668.37 $18,734,794.46 $ $862,619.59 $
Marco Rubio $14,194,453.68  % $ $14,771,849.55 $10,398,592.91 $ $0.00 $
Donald Trump $13,576,294.86  % $ $6,866,742.86 $6,964,324.88 $ $12,620,297.41 $
Jeb Bush $7,107,370.17  % $ $9,788,641.23 $7,589,858.03 $ $155,989.19 $
John Kasich $3,193,731.54  % $ $3,333,575.92 $2,537,300.60 $ $0.00 $
Chris Christie $2,950,344.25  % $ $3,210,633.55 $1,126,158.09 $ $61,917.77 $
Carly Fiorina $2,853,044.05  % $ $3,917,931.25 $4,484,307.21 $ $0.00 $
Rand Paul $2,077,407.36  % $ $2,931,491.38 $1,270,071.50 $ $248,367.72 $
Lindsey Graham $866,499.29  % $ $1,983,690.88 $534,117.54 $ $0.00 $
Mike Huckabee $703,945.74  % $ $1,332,112.32 $133,244.38 $ $49,471.33 $
Bobby Jindal $284,266.62  % $ $545,205.63 $0.00 $ $0.00 $
Rick Santorum $247,627.45  % $ $431,233.58 $42,919.79 $ $167,401.36 $
George Pataki $102,077.26  % $ $129,111.92 $19,332.33 $ $20,000.00 $
Democrats 2015q4
Candidate Money Raised Itemized Loans Received Money Spent Cash On Hand Money Transfers
(from other accounts)
Total Debt Refunds
Hillary Clinton $38,092,325.12  % $ $33,109,849.90 $37,977,647.61 $ $978,863.24 $
Bernie Sanders $33,559,367.73  % $ $32,374,323.69 $28,304,765.54 $ $0.00 $
Martin O'Malley $1,502,107.92  % $ $2,138,652.30 $169,442.45 $ $535,477.30 $
Jim Webb $68,020.12  % $ $177,943.85 $206,841.61 $ $0.00 $
Key: Withdrew prior to end of quarter

3rd Quarter 2015[edit]

Selected campaign-specific finance information through September 30, 2015, according to the FEC.[12]

Republicans 2015q3
Candidate Money Raised Itemized Loans Received Money Spent Cash On Hand Money Transfers
(from other accounts)
Total Debt Refunds
Ben Carson $20,767,266.51  % $ $14,240,044.51 $11,272,534.13 $ $25,000.00 $
Jeb Bush $13,384,832.06  % $ $11,465,513.30 $10,271,129.09 $ $404,737.38 $
Ted Cruz $12,218,137.71 57% $0 $6,966,829.60 $13,778,904.04 $28,495 $0.00 $79,259
Scott Walker $7,376,470.56  % $ $6,393,957.13 $982,513.43 $ $161,133.45 $
Carly Fiorina $6,791,308.76  % $ $2,232,773.15 $5,549,194.41 $ $0.00 $
Marco Rubio $5,724,784.46 78% $1,437 $4,607,861.17 $10,975,988.78 $34,201 $75,902.33 $163,672
John Kasich $4,388,168.30  % $ $1,711,488.32 $2,676,679.98 $ $0.00 $
Chris Christie $4,208,984.49  % $ $2,822,537.10 $1,386,447.39 $ $246,346.89 $
Donald Trump $3,926,511.65  % $ $4,159,474.93 $254,772.88 $ $1,804,747.23 $
Lindsey Graham $2,582,819.11  % $ $1,052,657.62 $1,651,309.13 $ $0.00 $
Rand Paul $2,509,251.63  % $ $4,546,611.25 $2,124,155.52 $ $365,359.11 $
Mike Huckabee $1,241,737.51  % $ $1,365,797.56 $761,410.96 $ $133,104.20 $
Bobby Jindal $579,438.39  % $ $832,214.02 $260,939.01 $ $0.00 $
Rick Santorum $387,985.42  % $ $393,477.76 $226,525.92 $ $67,350.89 $
Rick Perry $287,199.29  % $ $1,126,558.82 $44,553.59 $ $0.00 $
George Pataki $153,513.89  % $ $347,563.59 $13,570.55 $ $20,000.00 $
Democrats 2015q3
Candidate Money Raised Itemized Loans Received Money Spent Cash On Hand Money Transfers
(from other accounts)
Total Debt Refunds
Hillary Clinton $29,921,653.91  % $ $25,776,617.14 $32,995,172.39 $ $647,245.10 $
Bernie Sanders $26,216,430.38  % $ $11,258,446.55 $27,119,721.50 $ $0.00 $
Martin O'Malley $1,282,820.92  % $ $1,790,970.11 $805,986.83 $ $20,607.50 $
Jim Webb $696,972.18  % $ $380,206.84 $316,765.34 $ $0.00 $
Key: Withdrew prior to end of quarter

2nd Quarter 2015[edit]

Campaign-specific finance information through June 30, 2015, according to the FEC as of the quarterly filing deadline (July 15, 2015).[13] Information on fundraising via affiliated super PACs is filed semi-annually, with a deadline of July 31, 2015 for the super PAC fundraising of January 1, 2015 through June 30, 2015. As of July 19, affiliated entities of the campaigns for Ben Carson, Martin O'Malley, and Rand Paul are still pending.

Democrats 2015q2
Candidate Money Raised Itemized Loans Received Money Spent Cash On Hand Money Transfers
(from other accounts)
Total Debt Refunds
Hillary Clinton $47,549,949.64 82.7% $0.00 $18,699,814.02 $28,850,135.62 $0.00 $574,147.67 $496,075.76
Bernie Sanders $15,247,353.43 23.9% $0.00 $3,085,615.76 $12,161,737.67 $1,500,000.00 $0.00 $132,668.88
Martin O'Malley $  % $ $ $ $ $ $
Republicans 2015q2
Candidate Money Raised Itemized Loans Received Money Spent Cash On Hand Money Transfers
(from other accounts)
Total Debt Refunds
Ted Cruz $10,043,380.09 60.5%[14] $0.00 $5,450,051.61 $8,527,595.93 $0.00 $618,006.57 $49,486.00
Ben Carson $8,469,048.33 32.8% $0.00 $5,416,772.63 $4,745,312.13 $0.00 $0.00 $11,850.84
Mike Huckabee $2,004,462.73 70.8% $0.00 $1,118,991.72 $885,471.01 $0.00 $11,334.25 $7,150.00
Carly Fiorina $1,704,703.74 57.2% $0.00 $714,044.94 $990,658.80 $0.00 $0.00 $5,575.00
Jeb Bush $  % $ $ $ $ $ $
Bobby Jindal $  % $ $ $ $ $ $
Lindsey Graham $  % $ $ $ $ $ $
Marco Rubio $8,872,907  % $ $3,079,705 $9,859,065 $ $ $
George Pataki $  % $ $ $ $ $ $
Rick Perry $  % $ $ $ $ $ $
Rand Paul $  % $ $ $ $ $ $
Rick Santorum $  % $ $ $ $ $ $

1st Quarter 2015[edit]

Campaign-specific finance information through March 30, 2015, according to the FEC as of the quarterly filing deadline (April 15, 2015).[15] Information on fundraising via affiliated super PACs is filed semi-annually, with a deadline of July 31, 2015 for the super PAC fundraising of January 1, 2015 through June 30, 2015.

Democrats 2015q1

None had officially declared, prior to the FEC deadline.

Republicans 2015q1
Candidate Money Raised Itemized Loans Received Money Spent Cash On Hand Money Transfers
(from other accounts)
Total Debt Refunds
Ted Cruz $4,305,780.46 55.5% $0.00 $371,513.01 $3,934,267.45 $250,012.93 $0.00 $0.00
Ben Carson $2,173,193.77 29.3% $25,000 $480,157.34 $1,693,036.43 $0.00 $25,000 $0.00
Key: Withdrew prior to end of quarter
Independents

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rove, Karl (2014-11-20). "The Early Line on the GOP 2016 Presidential Field". The Wall Street Journal. 
  2. ^ Karl Rove. "Articles". 
  3. ^ "Candidates & Super PACs: The New Model in 2016 – Brennan Center for Justice". 
  4. ^ a b c d "Revenge of Citizens United". POLITICO. 
  5. ^ a b c "Group files FEC complaints against Bush, other potential candidates". POLITICO. 
  6. ^ "5 Years After 'Citizens United,' SuperPACs Continue To Grow". NPR.org. 13 January 2015. 
  7. ^ , speaking from 2m15s through 2m55s in the embedded Bloomberg video.
  8. ^ a b c d Hohmann, James (2015-07-14). "Huckabee campaign: Huckabee, outside groups have raised $8 million". The Washington Post. 
  9. ^ At the time of publication WaPo listed Rand Paul at ~$7m, but noted his affiliated super-PACs had not reported yet; those later reported[citation needed] raising ~$5m which gives Paul a total of $12m through the end of June 2015.
  10. ^ "The 10 best lines from Donald Trump's announcement speech". POLITICO. 
  11. ^ "Selected Presidential Reports For The 2015 Year End". Federal Elections Commission. 2016-02-01. Retrieved 2016-02-01. 
  12. ^ "Selected Presidential Reports For The 2015 October Quarterly". Federal Elections Commission. 2015-12-18. Retrieved 2015-12-29. 
  13. ^ "Selected Presidential Reports For The 2015 June Quarterly". Federal Elections Commission. 2015-07-15. Retrieved 2015-07-19. 
  14. ^ "Form 3P for Cruz for President". 
  15. ^ "Selected Presidential Reports For The 2015 April Quarterly". Federal Elections Commission. 2015-07-15. Retrieved 2015-07-19. 

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