CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton raised about $26 million in April for her primary race against Bernie Sanders, her campaign said, as her rival's fundraising juggernaut slowed.
Sanders' take for April was a little under Clinton's, marking a steep decline from the $46 million he raised in March. He did not report how much money he has on hand, raising questions about whether he can sustain his long-robust online fundraising as his path to the nomination narrows.
Clinton's campaign said she has $30 million in the bank heading into May. She had about $29 million at the start of last month.
Clinton has now raised $213.5 million in primary funds for the campaign and more than $46 million for national and state Democratic parties.
Clinton is campaigning in Kentucky and West Virginia on Monday.