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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., May a piece of coal found in their Christmas stocking as their campaign fundraising efforts, according to reports, a sharp decline in the fourth quarter.
CNBC first reported on Friday that the Warren had raised campaign, “only about $17 million” in the last quarter of a Dec. 31 Federal Election Commission deadline; this number corresponds to a decline of about 30 percent of the campaign $24.6 million haul in the third quarter.
“So far this quarter, we have a little raise about $17 million. This is a good piece to read where we were this time last quarter,” an email from the Warren campaign. “Elizabeth Warren needs your help. Now. The goal is $20 million for the quarter — how much the campaign needs to get our plans on track.”
The E-Mail continued: “But if the numbers don’t pick up, we run the risk of pulling that back, to organize plans for Elizabeth Warren in all 50 States during the primary. And this plan is located in your path to victory.”
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This comes as Warren has seen a jump in the polls in the last few weeks.
In the latest Fox News survey, the Massachusetts senator trails at a distant third place with 13 percent, while Ex-Vice President Joe Biden a clear leadership holds to 30 per cent. Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., about 20 percent of the likely Democratic voters.
Warren made headlines at the recent Democratic debate, when she went aggressive to South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg for holding a recent fundraiser at a California “wine cave.”
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“Billionaires in wine does not pick the next President of the United States should caves,” she said during the debate.
Buttigieg fired back by saying he was the only candidate on the stage, which was neither a millionaire nor a billionaire, told Warren, “this is The problem with the issue of purity tests, not pass you.”
The Warren campaign did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Fox News’ Tara Prindiville contributed to this report.