Beto O'Rourke has already raised as much as $9.4 million for 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, in just 18 days, as per the reports on Wednesday.
Well, the contender still stands behind Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has collected $18.2 million in the first 41 days of his campaign and next to him stands Sen. Kamala Harris with $12 million, who launched her 2020 run in late January.
Though O'Rourke stands behind two other contenders in terms of collection, he is on the top when it comes to a collection in a day with an average of $520,000 per day.
Beto reportedly raised the most on the first day of his campaign, ie. $6.1 million, and in the final weekend of March, he raised $1 million.
Well, the details of Beto's earning and expenditure in the campaign is not revealed but the finances of his campaign will be available after the report is filed with the Federal Election Commission, which is due April 15.
As per O'Rourke's report, it received 218,000 contributions, but it did not provide the details about how many individuals made the contribution as many people might have made multiple donations.