WASHINGTON (AP) – The sitting governors running for the Republican presidential nomination are finding their fundraising badly overmatched by their competitors.READ MORE: Amazon Driver Shot After Witnessing Road Rage Incident, Fort Worth Police Say
Documents filed Thursday with federal regulators show Ohio’s John Kasich, New Jersey’s Chris Christie and Louisiana’s Bobby Jindal have been struggling to bring in money and burning through it quickly.
That’s left them with relatively little left in the bank compared with rivals like Ben Carson, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who have each raised more than $10 million.READ MORE: Tarrant County Public Health Offering Free COVID-19 Testing
The numbers are especially troubling for Jindal, who began the month with just $261,000 left in the bank. That will make it hard for him to sustain his campaign operation.
Christie and Kasich are also at the lower end of the fundraising spectrum.MORE NEWS: 2 Prisoners Back In Custody After Escaping Van Transporting Them To Dallas County Jail
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