Hillary Clinton Has Outraised Bernie Sanders 3-to-1 in Massachusetts

On the Republican side, Marco Rubio has raised more than double that of his closest competitor

Which 2016 presidential candidate has received the most money from Massachusetts residents? It’s not even close.

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has received $4,042,909 from Massachusetts residents, according to Federal Election Commission campaign finance data. That’s almost three times as much as the $1,414,239 that her opponent, Bernie Sanders, has received. Martin O’Malley, who dropped out after Iowa, raised $223,896.

Among those donating to Clinton were Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim ($300) and state senators Linda Dorcena Forry, Sal DiDomenico and Cynthia Creem ($1,000 apiece).

On the Republican side, Marco Rubio leads the way with $634,775 raised, followed by Jeb Bush - who has already dropped out of the race - at $395,432. Ben Carson is next at $241,501, followed by Ted Cruz at $230,654 and John Kasich at $174,766.

Donald Trump has raised just $55,790 in Massachusetts, less than Lindsey Graham, Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina and Ron Paul and only $4,000 more than Scott Walker, who dropped out of the race back in September.

In Vermont, meanwhile, hometown hero Sanders has outraised Clinton by a 9-1 margin, with $949,690. Clinton has raised $103,619 there.

Among Republicans, Rubio leads the way in Vermont fundraising at $81,017, followed by Cruz at $29,044 and Carson at $28,208. Trump has raised just $608 in Vermont, and Kasich only $50.

[Click here for more on Vermont and Massachusetts donations, including the names of anyone who has made a contribution.]

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