Tulsi Gabbard's campaign says it raised $3.4 million in Q4
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard's presidential campaign said Thursday it raised $3.4 million for the fourth quarter of 2019, CNN reports.
The state of play: The haul is up slightly from the $3 million she raised in the third quarter. The total includes $1.2 million raised in December alone, surpassing the campaign's $1 million goal for the final month of the year.
Where she stands: Gabbard's sum puts her behind the Democratic candidates whose campaigns have announced Q4 fundraising numbers so far. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders leads the pack with $34.5 million.
- Outgoing South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg had the second-strongest haul — $24.7 million — while former tech executive Andrew Yang raised $16.5 million.
- Gabbard also obtained less than President Trump, whose re-election campaign says it brought in $46 million.