MISSOULA, Mont. — Democratic presidential candidate Steve Bullock raised nearly $2.3 million over the past three months, collecting more than he did the previous quarter but still trailing most of his rivals.
The Montana governor's campaign also announced Friday that he doubled the number of individual donors over the most recent quarter, though it did not disclose how many individual donations he's received.
The governor has failed to meet Democratic National Committee thresholds for polling and individual donors needed to qualify for recent debates.
Bullock has announced he'll become the first and likely only 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to apply for public financing that would allow him to receive up to a $250 match on every donation.
Bullock's $2.3 million total for the most recent quarter does not include matching funds.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders led the Democratic field's fundraising over the past three months with $25.3 million.