WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson’s campaign has raised $20 million since July, a campaign spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
That brings the total raised since Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, launched his campaign for the 2016 presidential election in May, to some $30 million.
Carson saw a fund-raising bump after making a statement that he does not think a Muslim can be president because their faith is inconsistent with the U.S. Constitution. Carson’s coffers saw a $500,000 increase after the remarks were made on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” bringing his September fundraising total over $10 million, NBC reported.
(Reporting by Eric Walsh and Ginger Gibson; Editing by Peter Cooney)