The Money Race: Which Candidates are Winning?

February 24, 2016

2016 Presidential Money Race: The Breakdown

HILLARY CLINTON
TOTAL RAISED: $188M
Campaign

Super PACS & Other Groups

Raised
$130M
$57.5M
Spent
$97.5M
$13.2M
CashOnHand
$32.9M
$45.2M
TV Ads Aired
49,367
-
     
On February 20th the Presidential candidates, and the "super PACs" supporting them, filed their finance reports with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) -- detailing their fundraising, expenditures and cash-on-hand through January 31, 2015.
 TED CRUZ
TOTAL RAISED: $102M
Campaign Super PACS & Other Groups
Raised
$54.7M
$47.3M
Spent
$41.0M
$21.6M
CashOnHand
$13.6M
$25.9M
TV Ads Aired
10,226
8,485
Collectively, all original 24 presidential  candidates, their allied PACs and groups, have  spent more than $700 million in the race for the White House.  
BERNIE SANDERS
TOTAL RAISED: $96.3M
      Campaign Super PACS & Other Groups
Raised
$96.3M
-
Spent
$81.6M
-
CashOnHand
$14.7M
-
TV Ads Aired
50,304

       
Seventeen candidates have dropped out of the race. These are the top raisers and the breakdown among the final seven.
MARCO RUBIO
TOTAL RAISED: $86.6M
     
     Campaign Super PACS & Other Groups
Raised
$37.8M
$48.8M
Spent
$32.7M
$27.4M
CashOnHand
$5.06M
$5.60M
TV Ads Aired
19,994
17,022

      

Figures for super PACs and other groups include money raised and spent by super PACs, 501(c)(4) nonprofits and 527s associated with a single presidential candidate. 
BEN CARSON
TOTAL RAISED: $71.5M
     
           Campaign Super PACS & Other Groups
Raised
$57.9M
$13.6M
Spent
$53.7M
$13.8M
CashOnHand
$4.15M
$680k
TV Ads Aired
12,119
-

       

       
Candidate campaign figures are based on filings with the FEC and IRS, as well as groups' press  releases, and may not account for all activity.
 
JOHN KASICH
TOTAL RAISED: $29.6M
  

 Campaign

Super PACS & Other Groups
Raised 
$8.65M
$20.9M
Spent
$7.17M
$13.5M
CashOnHand
$1.48M
$2.35M
TV Ads Aired
2,185
4,169
     
Note:  Jeb Bush, the last republican contender to fall, reported $152M total raised ($33.5M Campaign/$119M SuperPACs) and $124M spent ($30.6M Campaign/$94.2M Super PACs).
DONALD TRUMP
TOTAL RAISED: $27.3
     
  Campaign Super PACS & Other Groups
Raised
$25.5M
$1.73M
Spent
$23.9M
$1.58M
CashOnHand
$1.58M
$148k
TV Ads Aired
13,716
-
       
Source:  The Center for Public Integrity
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