Washington(Reuters)-Elizabeth Warren presidential campaign supporters said on Friday its financing for its stand at just over$17 million, and called for more contributions to the only day left in the fourth quarter.
File photo: Senator Elizabeth Warren, listened to the sixth by 2020 the United States Democratic presidential candidates for a debate in La Marymount University Los Angeles, California, USA, May 19, 2019. Reuters/Mike Blake
The figure is a sharp decline from the previous quarter and is accompanied by the progressive Democrats’slight decline in the polls in recent weeks, the Democratic contest in the face of Republican Donald Trump in on the 2020 elections.
“We’re just days away from the biggest fundraising deadline of the year, we are in danger of losing our $ 20 million goal,”Warren’s activities where their site.
In an email to supporters, the campaign said, its transportation to the point$17 million this quarter is”a good piece behind, we at this time last quarter.”
In the third quarter of 2019, the Warren Report on the activities of raising$24.6 million people, and later of $ 25. 3 million raised by U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, the only other 2020 Democratic candidates to swear off big money fundraising.
Warren, United States Senator from Massachusetts, and for several months has been voted in the top three of the crowded Democratic field, with Sanders and the United States before Vice-President Joe Biden.
Support her White House bid has slipped, because she announced in November, how she would Finance her$20.5 million dollar medical insurance for all plans with new taxes on the wealthy and corporations, but not to raise middle class taxes. The plan attracted criticism from competitors who say this is unrealistic, some of the voters concerned, this is too extreme.
Warren said on Twitter on Thursday, she would call grass-roots donors, thank them, and ask supporters to”pitch in $ 3, tonight.” Her motion last Friday to provide to donors a”tax the super-rich”tag.
Warren has been running on populist information of fight Washington corruption and Wall Street greed.
In October, she vowed to abstain from high-dollar fundraising campaign if she becomes the Democratic nominee, the extension to a General election she refused to hold such events during the main season.
Reporting Doina Chiacu; Editing by Daniel Wallis