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Campaign Recap: Biden Down in New Poll, Buttigieg Shows Funding Increase

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CAMPAIGN TRIAL- A new poll is showing a change in the 2020 presidential race for Democrats.

The new poll from CNN is the first released after the set of Democratic presidential debates last week. The polls show a steep gain for Senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren. Support for Harris jumped nine points, while Warren saw an eight point boost.

At the same time, the poll reveals Former Vice President Joe Biden's lead has since narrowed. Biden's lead is now down to a difference of just five points. As it stands now, Biden still has the biggest backing for the presidential nomination, followed by Harris , Warren, and Senator Bernie Sanders.

Although not making the top four, South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced that he raised $24.8 million since March. Almost all of that money is spendable in the primaries. That number is more than triple what Buttigieg raised just a quarter before, from nearly 300,000 individual donors.

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