Sanders and Trump surge, Biden rebounds in fundraising race

WILL WEISSERT Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Bernie Sanders announced Thursday that his campaign had raised an impressive $34.5 million in the final three months of last year, a haul sizeable enough to solidify him as the latest top fundraiser in the crowded Democratic presidential field. Former Vice President Joe Biden rebounded from a summer slump to take in a respectable $22.7 million over the same period. Still looking to play the role of political spoiler, businessman Andrew Yang collected $16.5 million in 2019's fourth quarter. Each of the three candidates celebrated his latest fundraising for different reasons. Sanders' shows that a recent heart attack hasn't slowed him as primary voting looms. Biden trails the Vermont senator in the money race but topped his third quarte
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