Bernie Sanders’ daily fundraising tally increased by 61-fold for the fortnight after his December 10, 2010 eight-and-a-half hour speech.
Wisconsin is the only battleground state to populate the Bottom 10 for per capita large donor contributions to presidential candidates this cycle.
Despite a failed presidential bid and risk of overexposure, the Minnesota Congresswoman raises 15 percent more funds in Q2 2012 than she did in Q2 2010 during her record-breaking campaign.
Only Utah gives more money per capita to Republican presidential candidates and only Utah and Texas have a greater GOP field vs. Obama fundraising disparity.
The Texas Congressman makes large donor fundraising gains in a dozen states on the presumptive GOP nominee in Q1 2012.
Utah, Connecticut, and Texas lead the way in large donor per capita contributions to Republican presidential candidates with Wisconsin, Arkansas, and Indiana at the bottom.
The Texas Congressman has netted more large donor money than Romney in 10 states including Tuesday’s caucus state of Minnesota.
Tom Carper, Ben Nelson, and Joe Manchin have received the largest percentage of funds from political committees this cycle.
But Bachmann ranks only 7th in the GOP presidential field in per capita home state fundraising.
Statewide large donor contribution leaders for the cycle to date currently spread across five candidates in the Republican field.