It was twice as much as she spent in October.
The GOP nominee made a slew of last-minute investments in ads and voter data, according to a new campaign finance report filed Thursday.
An aide to the Democratic nominee says Trump's allegation of a “rigged” election" is “what losers do.”
With Trump faltering, the Democrats are making a foray into a traditionally Republican state.
For every dollar that the Trump committees brought in, about 28 cents went to operational costs, while the Clinton committees spent about 20 cents of every dollar.
Clinton and the Democratic Party had more than $150 million in the bank at the end of September, compared with the Trump campaign's more than $75 million.
"I think it's important for Americans again to reflect on why this is happening, who perpetrated it and for what purpose,” Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said.
Aides to the Democratic nominee talked about how to embarrass her primary rival.
"We are looking at these other expansion states . . . to see if there’s opportunity there," Clinton aide says.
The Clinton campaign is needling the Republican presidential nominee with a new online video and Twitter messages about his struggling candidacy.