Biden Returned Nearly $1M to Donors, Far More Than Rivals


For the Democratic nominee, accepting public money would put a limit on how much he or she could spend in 2020. “It’s really hard for me to fathom that any of these candidates would choose to [publicly] finance the general election given what we know about the money that’s going to be spent from the war chest on the other side,” said Erin Chlopak, director of campaign finance strategy with the Campaign Legal Center.

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