Feb 22, 2020 - Politics & Policy

Warren campaign says it raised $14 million since New Hampshire

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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Sen. Elizabeth Warren surged to 19% and second place in a CBS News/YouGov national poll released Sunday, trailing front-runner Sen. Bernie Sanders (28%) but edging out Joe Biden (17%) and Michael Bloomberg (13%).

Why it matters: The poll notes that only 42% of Democratic primary voters have made up their minds. While Warren underperformed in the first three states, her strong debate performance in Nevada last week may have given her campaign new life.

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Elizabeth Warren is suspending her campaign after a poor performance on Super Tuesday, as first reported by the New York Times and confirmed by multiple other media outlets.

The state of play: Once thought of as a front-runner, Warren failed to win a single state during the biggest day on the Democratic primary calendar, even coming in third in her home state of Massachusetts behind Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.

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Warren to "assess" path forward after disappointing Super Tuesday

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren is assessing her path forward in the 2020 race, a campaign aide tells Axios' Alexi McCammond.

Why it matters: Warren failed to win any states, including her home state of Massachusetts, and only amassed 12 delegates on Super Tuesday.

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