Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump walk off the stage after the final presidential debate on October 19, 2016.
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By Kristen Bahler
October 28, 2016

With the Presidential election less than two weeks away, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both spending like crazy, but Clinton remains the clear leader in cash-on-hand.

Filings from the Federal Election Commission show the democratic nominee is headed into the final days of the campaign with $62.4 million in her campaign account — nearly 4 times the $16 million remaining in the Trump campaign. Each president spent about $50 million between Oct. 1 and Oct. 19, the filings show.

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The regulatory documents also show that Trump’s promise to throw $100 million of his own money into the contest has fallen short. The Republican candidate gave $31,000 of his own money to the campaign in October, bringing his total personal contributions to a little over $56 million.

As the election draws to a close, outside donations to the Trump campaign have declined steadily. By and large, Republicans have shifted their efforts to injecting donations into down-ballot races, in what the New York Times calls “a significant last-ditch effort to protect Senate and House candidates against Mrs. Clinton’s surge”.

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