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Tim Scott is the longtime candidate who raises the most money


The best quarterly fundraising totals beyond Trump and DeSantis came from two longshots who invested substantial portions of their own funds. North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum invested $10.2 million in his own campaign while bringing in $1.5 million in donations, while biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy added another $5 million of its own money this quarter while raising $2.3 million from donors.

After that, the drop in cash was sharp. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has brought in $1.7 million in the second quarter, while former Vice President Mike Pence has brought in $1.1 million since launching his campaign in June.

Texas pastor and businessman Ryan Binkley also added nearly $1.6 million of his own money to his under-the-radar campaign while raising just under $200,000.

A handful of long-term contenders had yet to cross the $1 million threshold until the end of June. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez brought in $945,000 in the first weeks of his campaign, while former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, who has been in the running since April, brought in $583,000.

Larry Elder, who was an excellent fundraiser while running in California’s recall election for governor, brought in just $468,000. Former Rep. Will Hurd raised $274,000, though it was done in just over a week as a former Rep. from Texas. announced his presidential candidacy end of June.



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