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U.S. Senator Cory Booker campaigns for the Democratic presidential nomination in Iowa on September 21, 2019. Photo courtesy of Cory 2020.

Booker raises $300k on Saturday, 17% what he needs to stay in the race

New Jersey Senator must bring in $155,500 every day for the rest of the month

By David Wildstein, September 22 2019 12:42 pm

Cory Booker took a gambit on Saturday when his campaign manager said the New Jersey senator’s bid for the presidency come to an end soon if they don’t raise $1.7 million by the end of the month.

The threat of Booker’s withdrawal led to the best fundraising day of the campaign, his campaign manager said, bringing $300,495, — 93% of it raised online — with 8,403 total donations that make up 17.7% of the total goal, according to Booker campaign manager Addisu Demissie.

“The stakes couldn’t be higher for the future of our campaign, and we’re absolutely blown away by the response on day one,” Addisu Demissie said. “People really stepped up and responded — clearly there is a desire to keep Cory in this race and help us build our organization in a way that puts us on a path to win the nomination.”

Booker still needs to raise $155,500 every day for the rest of the month to meet his goal.

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