nearvideo-Bernie Sanders takes in $25 million in campaign donations in the past three months
2020 democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders pulled in an eye-popping $25 million in the last three months.
Hours after the announcement of a whopping $25.3 million fundraising haul in the last three months, democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders has the first TV Spot of his in 2020, the White house campaign.
The Sanders presidential campaign said on Tuesday, tit spend $1.3 million to run the Spots starting on Thursday in Iowa, the state, the primary and the caucus-nomination calendar.
The 60 – and 30-second TV spots, entitled “fighting for Us” – the highlight of the progressive Vermont senator’s decades of calling for economic transformation and an end to income inequality.
SANDERS WAS FUNDRAISING IN AN EYE-POPPING $25 MILLION IN THE THIRD QUARTER
“Bernie Sanders. Fight for wage increases for American workers, a leadership role in the fight for the health care guarantee for all, stand up for civil rights, seniors, veterans and the future of our children,” says the narrator.
The Sanders campaign noted that the ads were completely in-house, and that you will need for at least two weeks
News of Sanders’ cash haul comes as the populist senator faded in many of the current national and crucial early-voting-state polls, to third place. He seems to limp a former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, Warren is the progressive standard-bearer in the 2020 democratic nomination race.
WARREN DISHING OUT $10 MILLION IN ADVERTISING IN EARLY VOTING STATES
Warren a week ago, announced that it will spend at least $10 million for the startup, digital and TV Spots over the next few months in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina, the first four States vote in the primaries and Caucasus.