No, to be exact there are 25 (with Joe Sestak). Or they should name the one who isn't "serious".To be exact, 23 serious candidates are vying for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
Kirsten Gillibrand raises skimpy $2.3M in second quarter
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s presidential campaign raised an underwhelming $2.3 million in the second quarter, putting her squarely in the lower tier of the crowded Democratic field.
The upstate senator, whose campaign has failed to catch fire so far, raised less than her haul from the previous three months, a clear sign that her momentum has stalled.
Gillibrand was out-raised by fellow straggler Gov. Jay Inslee (D-Wash.), who raked in $3 million. Julian Castro raised $2.8 million, a total that grew significantly after his eye-catching performance in last month’s first Democratic debate.
Gillibrand did boast of $6.2 million cash on hand, a decent war chest for a candidate who has struggled to gain more than 1% or 2% in polls.
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