Wednesday, February 10, 2016


No Billionaires or Millionaires; just people who want to give their vote to the candidate they want to elect president of their United States.

White House hopeful Bernie Sanders raised a staggering $5 million in the 18 hours since winning New Hampshire's primary, his campaign announced Wednesday, further evidence he can mount a protracted Democratic nomination battle against Hillary Clinton.

Sanders' team described the $5.2 million haul as "shattering the campaign's previous record for money raised in less than a day."

The fundraising bump came after he trounced Clinton 60 percent to 38 percent in New Hampshire, the second contest to determine the party standard bearer for the 2016 White House race.