Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang raised almost $750,000 in a single day on Nov. 30, the largest fundraising haul in a 24-hour period during his campaign.
S.Y. Lee, Yang’s national press secretary, told The Hill the funds came from about 18,000 contributions, with an average donation of about $41.
“The chorus of support behind our campaign is growing louder with each passing day. The voices of these more than 300,000 donors to our campaign and the millions of Americans who are hungry for real change will be heard,” Nick Ryan, Yang’s campaign chief, said.
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