In less than 4 hours, Bernie Sanders managed to be ahead of other contenders launched bids with strong funding support after raising $1 million for his 2020 presidential campaign.
Tuesday morning, Bernie announced that he joined the presidential race formally with a great spirit & intention to win nomination of Democratic and the White House next year.
Sanders promised to transmit the political & economical life of US country after launching a grassroots movement needed to lay the groundwork for his promise.
Late this year, a full finance report of the campaign will be available to verify the raised money independently.
Last January, Sen. Kamala Harris managed to raise $1.5 million from 38,000 people in 50 states in the first 24 hours. $37 was the average of donation. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. also managed to raise $1 million in 48 hours after announcing her campaign.
Full transcript & interview of Bernie Sanders announces 2020 run on CBSNews;
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders announced he will run again for the Democratic nomination in the 2020 presidential race. The three-term Independent senator is the 10th candidate to join the most diverse Democratic Party field in U.S. history. That’s very different from four years ago, when the 77-year-old Sanders and former Maryland Gov.