WASHINGTON – Sen. Bernie Sanders has brought in the most money of any 2020 contender so far, announcing Tuesday that his campaign has taken in $18.2 million.
This beats Sen. Kamala Harris’ $12 million haul, which she announced Monday night.
It also surpasses the $7 million reported by South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Sanders, a second time presidential candidate, has $28 million on hand, campaign officials said in a Tuesday morning conference call.
Around 900,000 people have donated to his campaign, compared to 218,000 for Harris.
Sanders’s average donation is around $20, as opposed to the $27 he touted when running for the president against Hillary Clinton in 2016.