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The democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, how he plans to pay for his universal basic income plan.
The democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang moved to the 10-million-dollars during the July-September the third quarter of fundraising, his campaign Wednesday announced.
This is more than three times the $2.8 million in the tech-entrepreneur was during the April-June second quarter of fundraising, and the further proof – along with his rise in the field of opinion research– that the long-shot who pushes for the White house in the summer.
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Yang, the campaign also reported $6.3 million in cash on hand as of the end of September, and noted that the funds go in the direction of construction personnel and infrastructure in the early voting primary and caucus States.
“Andrew Yang is the only contender to show exponential growth in the third quarter more than tripled his fundraising numbers from last quarter,” campaign manager Zach touted gray man. “This grassroots addition to the fundraising total, with over $6m in the bank, ensures that this campaign will have the resources to compete and exceed expectations through Super Tuesday and beyond.”
Yang has become a serious contender for the democratic nomination thanks to the popularity of its so-called “freedom dividend” This is Yang-the universal basic income proposal, to facilitate that every adult American $1,000 per month, the economic pain resulting from the loss of jobs through automation and artificial intelligence. He says he’ll pay for the program through the implementation of a national value-added tax.
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He is also a strong and devout base of grassroots supporters and donors, known as the Yang Gang. Through his fundraising skills, and polling, Yang set the stage for all the Democratic primary debates to date, not to do something that some of the better-known governors and senators it has.
Yang closed the third quarter of fundraising of headlining a rally in Los Angeles drew about 5,000 people, according to his campaign. And they found that Yang raised $2.28 million euros in the last ten days of September.
“Wow, we finished the quarter in the biggest rush of donations ever!” Yang tweeted on Tuesday evening. To exceed, “thank you to all who worked their hearts our goal – you all are fantastic!”
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The campaign cash figure of Yang, while impressive, pale in comparison to the whopping $25.3 million Bernie Sanders of Vermont sen moved in the course of the third quarter. The Sanders campaign announced their fundraising numbers early Tuesday morning.
South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg brought in $19.1 million in the past three months. Sr., Kamala Harris, California’s 11.6 million to bring reported in $, with Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, the increase is about 6 million US dollars.
President Trump re ‘ s election team announced that they and the Republican National Committee dragged combined in one massive $125 million euros in the third quarter.
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Democratic presidential candidate sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado was also released his fundraising numbers on Wednesday. The long-shot contender for the nomination, reported raising $2.1 million in the last three months, with $1.8 million cash on hand. The campaign indicated that 86 percent of the contributions were $25 or less.
“Our strategy, run a lean, strong campaign in the early States, and we have the resources to compete and win. We continue to lead to-TV, rural radio and digital ads, and expansion of our infrastructure and personnel,” Bennet campaign spokeswoman Shannon Beckham emphasizes.
Bennet didn’t make the cut for the last month in the democratic nomination debate and not qualify was for this month, the showdown, as well. This has not discouraged you, Bennet’s campaign.
“Rather than allow them to dictate that the DNC is flawed debate criteria, this race, we will communicate directly with the voters and caucusgoers,” Beckham said, taking aim at the Democratic National Committee, the thresholds for qualifying for the debate.