Feb 22, 2020 - Politics & Policy

Warren campaign says it raised $14 million since New Hampshire

In this image, Elizabeth Warren holds a microphone and speaks

Elizabeth Warren rallies in Las Vegas, Nevada on Feb. 21. Photo: David Becker/Getty Images

Sen. Elizabeth Warren's campaign said on Saturday it raised $14 million in the 10 days after the New Hampshire Democratic primary.

The big picture: Warren "entered February with among the least money in the bank, only $2.3 million, of any candidate" the New York Times reported two days ago.

  • Her upswell in funding follows a standout debate performance in Nevada, where she skewered former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for calling "women fat broads and horse-faced lesbians" and signing "who knows how many" nondisclosure agreements with his female employees over sexual harassment and gender discrimination.

By the numbers: Warren took home roughly $21.2 million in Q4 fundraising — behind Biden, Buttigieg and Sanders — in a slight dip from her Q3 haul of $24.6 million.

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