MIAMI.- After formalizing his candidacy for the race to the White House, the governor of Florida has surprised with the financial support he has received. The race for the nomination between the republicans it can also be measured by the financial support they receive.
In just 24 hours since its official launch, the presidential campaign of Governor Ron DeSantis reported a collection of 8.2 million dollars.
The donations were received by the DeSantis campaign team meeting at the Four Seasons hotel in Brickell in Miami, in such a short time that it bodes well for supporters of the Florida governor.
According to reports from New York Times, former President Donald Trump obtained in the six weeks prior to his announcement for the Republican denomination 9.5 million dollars. But the Washington tenant is estimated to have already raised close to $35 million.
Meanwhile, Nikki Haley said she raised more money than Trump in her first six weeks since announcing she was running for the White House.
The eight-figure haul Haley manages comes from 70,000 donations, including 67,000 small donations, those totaling $200 or less, her campaign said.
“Voters and donors are clearly responding to Nikki’s conservative message and her call for a new generation of leadership to make America strong and proud,” Betsy Ankney, Haley’s campaign manager, said in a statement. “As Nikki said in her announcement speech in Charleston on February 15, ‘I’ve been underestimated before. That’s always fun.’”
Tim Scott, who filed documents with the Federal Election Commission stating his intention to seek his party’s nomination in 2024, had received $1.6 million, while Vivek Ramaswamy had received $11.4 million, while not there are records of what was raised by Asa Hutchinsony