(Reuters) – nominated by the President of the United States that Joe Biden said on his second campaign and party $60.5 million increases in April 4, a number that can help the campaign compete with better sponsored Republican opponents.
Photo FILE: United States presidential candidate and former vice President Joe Biden spoke of the reaction to the Covid-19 that caused the epidemic at an event in Wilmington, Delaware, United States, Mar. 12, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/image file
The figure raised funds after a record total in March of $46.7 million for the campaign, more than three times the amount that Republican President Donald Trump manages in that month, despite the health crisis infliction, which broke the fundraising for U.S. politicians.
“The trust you all have put in me as your presumptive legitimes nomination is humbling,” Biden said in an emailed statement to the supporters.
The average online donation is “Just $32.63,” Biden said, adding that the contributors have made sacrifices despite the economic uncertainty of the epidemic.
Both candidates and their allies are beginning to ramp up paid ad campaigns in the state in the November 3 general election.
However, Biden has been playing catch-up to Trump, who has accumulated a thoracic election since 2017, under disclosure filed by two campaigns for the Federal Election Commission.
Biden became the actual candidate of the Democratic Party in early 4 months after his last remaining opponent, Senator…