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These Oregon residents donated the most in 2019 to Trump's re-election

Donors in Oregon have given $1.4 million to presidential campaigns, with $862,862 going to Democrats and $535,937 going to Trump.
Credit: Portland Business Journal
Top Oregon donors for President Trump

PORTLAND, Ore. — We are a little more than a year away from electing the next president, but candidates have been barreling toward Election Day 2020 at full speed for months.

And donors have been providing the fuel for their campaigns.

Americans have donated $389 million to candidates for the 2020 presidential election as of June 30, according to the Federal Election Commission. That total includes $120.7 million to Republican candidates and $268 million to Democrats.

President Donald Trump received 99 percent of the Republican donations, with $119.8 million. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont led the Democratic candidates with $46.2 million, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts raising $35.5 million and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg receiving $32 million.

Donors in Oregon have given $1.4 million to presidential campaigns, with $862,862 going to Democrats (62 percent) and $535,937 (38 percent) going to Trump.

Slideshow: Top Oregon donors for President Trump

Among Oregon donations to Democrats, Sanders raised the most with $224,520. Warren raised $191,906, and Buttigieg raised $103,777.

The Portland Business Journal has been tracking campaign donations to see who are the leading candidates' biggest supporters in the state. Today we present the top 50 Oregon donors to Trump's re-election campaign for the first half of 2019. In the coming days we will present donors and totals for the top Democrats in the race.

Click through the slideshow above to see the Oregon contributors who have given the most this year.

Portland Business Journal is a KGW News partner.

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