Election 2016
Money raised as of
Hillary Clinton

$1.4 B

$623.1 million
Hillary Clinton campaign

$598.2 million
Party and joint fundraising committees

$204.4 million
Super PACs

Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump
Donald Trump

$957.6 M

$334.8 million
Donald Trump campaign

$543.4 million
Party and joint fundraising committees

$79.3 million
Super PACs

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Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign raised a total of $623 million, with at least $267 million coming from funds raised via two joint fundraising committees.

After clinching the nomination, Republican Donald Trump’s campaign announced in June that he was writing off the $50 million he had lent his campaign.

Priorities USA, the main super PAC supporting Clinton, also backed President Obama in 2012, when the group raised a total of $79 million.

Trump, who said in the primaries he was funding his own campaign, ended up collecting nearly $269 million from other donors.

Cash on hand

As of , Clinton’s campaign had spent 98 percent of what it had raised. Trump’s campaign had spent 99 percent of what it had raised. Cash on hand does not account for any outstanding debts.

Clinton campaign

$323.3 thousand

Trump campaign

$7.6 million

Fundraising rate

Both Clinton and Trump raised less than President Obama and Mitt Romney did in 2012.

Total donations to each campaign

2011 and 2015

2012 and 2016

Small money donors

Clinton’s campaign received 16 percent of its money in donations of $200 or less. Trump’s campaign received 26 percent of its funds from small donations. In the 2012 election cycle, President Obama had raised of his total in small donations and Republican Mitt Romney had raised .

Donations less than $200

2011 and 2015

2012 and 2016

Other candidates

Of the $1.7 billion donated to support Democratic candidates, 13 percent was raised by super PACs and other independent groups.

Bernie Sanders

Left race July 12
The presidential campaign of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders raised $234.3 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $6.3 million.

Martin O'Malley

Left race Feb. 2
The presidential campaign of former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley raised $6.3 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $856.7 thousand.

Jim Webb

Left race Nov. 17
The presidential campaign of former Virginia senator Jim Webb raised $790 thousand, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $0.

Larry Lessig

Left race Nov. 2
The presidential campaign of Harvard professor Larry Lessig raised $1 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $0.

Lincoln Chafee

Left race Oct. 23
The presidential campaign of former Rhode Island senator Lincoln Chafee raised $408 thousand, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $0.

Of the $621.4 million donated to support Republican candidates, 10 percent was raised by super PACs and other independent groups.

Ted Cruz

Left race May 3
The presidential campaign of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz raised $93.2 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $89.6 million.

Jeb Bush

Left race Feb. 20
The presidential campaign of former Florida governor Jeb Bush raised $34.7 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $124.7 million.

Marco Rubio

Left race March 15
The presidential campaign of Florida Sen. Marco Rubio raised $50.9 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $77.7 million.

Ben Carson

Left race March 4
The presidential campaign of retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson raised $59.5 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $19 million.

John Kasich

Left race May 4
The presidential campaign of Ohio Gov. John Kasich raised $19.4 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $30.5 million.

Chris Christie

Left race Feb. 10
The presidential campaign of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie raised $8.6 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $23.7 million.

Carly Fiorina

Left race Feb. 10
The presidential campaign of former Hewlett Packard executive Carly Fiorina raised $12.1 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $15.2 million.

Rand Paul

Left race Feb. 3
The presidential campaign of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul raised $12.4 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $12.8 million.

Mike Huckabee

Left race Feb. 2
The presidential campaign of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee raised $4.2 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $7.4 million.

Rick Santorum

Left race Feb. 3
The presidential campaign of former Pensylvania senator Rick Santorum raised $1.9 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $449.1 thousand.

James Gilmore

Left race Feb. 12
The presidential campaign of former Virginia governor James Gilmore raised $389.6 thousand, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $308.9 thousand.

Scott Walker

Left race Sept. 21
The presidential campaign of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker raised $9.3 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $31.6 million.

Bobby Jindal

Left race Nov. 17
The presidential campaign of former Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal raised $1.16 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $9.6 million.

Lindsey Graham

Left race Dec. 21
The presidential campaign of South Carolina Sen. Lindsey O. Graham raised $4.9 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $4.6 million.

Rick Perry

Left race Sept. 11
The presidential campaign of former Texas governor Rick Perry raised $1.3 million, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $14.1 million.

George Pataki

Left race Dec. 29
The presidential campaign of former New York governor George Pataki raised $529 thousand, and allied super PACs and other independent groups raised $859 thousand.

Methodology

Based on Federal Election Commission data that includes all contributions to the presidential campaigns, their affiliated joint fundraising committees, the Democratic National Committee, the Republican National Committee and single-candidate super PACs and other allied groups as of . Joint fundraising committees raise money for a campaign and party committees and then split the proceeds. All campaign contributions raised through joint fundraising committees have been included in campaign totals. Receipts for the joint fundraising committees are updated every quarter. Contributions to the two convention host committees have been included with the party totals.

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