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President Trump's re-election campaign and billionaire Democrat Tom Steyer reported the highest Q3 receipts, while Sen. Bernie Sanders is in third place across all candidates. 95.9% of Steyer's receipts came from his own personal funds, per FiveThirtyEight.

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Data: FEC; Chart: Axios Visuals

Q3 saw a few firsts — Trump paid just over $2 million for legal consulting this quarter and set a new presidential campaign fundraising record.

Democratic Q3 filings:
  1. Billionaire Tom Steyer: $49 million, $2.6 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $47 million
  2. Sen. Bernie Sanders: $28 million, $33.7 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $21.5 million
  3. Sen. Elizabeth Warren: $24.6 million, $25.7 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $18.6 million
  4. Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg: $19.2 million, $23.4 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $18.5 million
  5. Former Vice President Joe Biden: $15.7 million, $8.9 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $17.6 million
  6. Sen. Kamala Harris: $11.8 million, $10.5 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $14.5 million
  7. Former tech executive Andrew Yang: $9.9 million, $6.3 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $4.4 million
  8. Sen. Cory Booker: $6 million, $4.2 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $7.1 million
  9. Sen. Amy Klobuchar: $4.8 million, $3.6 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $7.8 million
  10. Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke: $4.4 million, $3.2 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $6.4 million
  11. Former HUD Secretary Julián Castro: $3.4 million, $672,333 cash on hand
    1. Spent $3.9 million
  12. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: $3 million, $2.1 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $3.3 million
  13. Author Marianne Williamson: $3 million, $723,731 cash on hand
    1. Spent $2.8 million
  14. Montana Gov. Steve Bullock: $2.2 million, $1.3 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $2.4 million
  15. Sen. Michael Bennet: $2.1 million, $1.8 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $2.4 million
  16. Former Rep. John Delaney: $868,452, $548,060 cash on hand
    1. Spent $7.7 million
  17. Rep. Tim Ryan: $425,731, $158,348 cash on hand
    1. Spent $602,440
  18. Former Rep. Joe Sestak: $374,195, $204,561 cash on hand
    1. Spent $169,634
  19. Florida Mayor Wayne Messam: $5, $31,151 cash on hand
    1. Spent $0
Republican Q3 filings:
  1. President Trump: Nearly $41 million, $83 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $14 million — $1.6 million for online advertising, $2 million for legal fees
  2. Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld: $457,428, $208,043 cash on hand
    Spent $548,609
  3. Former Rep. Joe Walsh: $119,561, $115,429 cash on hand on hand
    1. Spent $119,561
  4. Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford: $60,448, $1.3 million cash on hand
    1. Spent $22,386

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