Former Vice President Joe Biden raked in $21.5 million in the second fundraising quarter of the year, the second-highest total reported so far by a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, placing him behind only Pete Buttigieg, who raised $24.8 million. In an email to supporters, the Biden campaign pointed out that Biden entered the race in late April after the quarter began, meaning that his per-day rate was the highest of any candidate so far.
BREAKING: Joe Biden raised $21.5 million during the second quarter of the Democratic primary campaign, his campaign announced. https://t.co/UKHcFg4ClH
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