Hillary Clinton’s campaign has a $46 million cash-on-hand advantage over Donald Trump’s for the final three weeks of the presidential race, according to new Federal Election Commission filings.
The reports, which both campaigns filed with the FEC this week, show that Clinton’s campaign had raised $52.8 million in the first 19 days of October, spent $50.1 million and had $62.4 million in its war chest as of Oct. 19. Trump’s campaign, by contrast, raised $30.5 million in that same period, spent $49.3 million and had $16 million on hand.
These are the final financial reports that will be released for either of the candidates before Election Day.
The most recent FEC figures do not include money the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee during that same period, which will help keep both candidates sufficiently funded through Election Day. They also don’t include money raised by the pro-Clinton super PAC Priorities USA, which raised $18 million in the first 19 days of October and had $15.1 million on hand on Oct. 19.
Trump’s fundraising for October includes $30,862 from Trump himself, bringing his total self-funding for the year to just over $56 million. Trump had said he was planning to invest $100 million of his own fortune in his campaign.