Washington (CNN) Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang raised more than $16.5 million in the last three months of 2019, surpassing his third quarter haul by $6.5 million, his campaign announced Thursday.
In a statement, his campaign said 400,000 donors have now given to his White House bid and that his total number of contributions is now more than one million.
The businessman-turned-politician also had an impressive day on December 31 — the fourth quarter’s final day — which the campaign said was their “highest single-day haul with more than $1.3 million” raised.
Other Democratic candidates have yet to release their new numbers.
President Donald Trump, meanwhile, raised $46 million in the fourth quarter, his campaign announced Thursday.