Presidential candidate Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand raised $3 million in the first quarter of this year, trailing all but one of the 2020 candidates who have disclosed their fundraising hauls.
Campaign spokeswoman Meredith Kelly said Sunday that nearly two-thirds of Gillibrand's donors are women, 92 percent were under $200 and the average online donation was $25.
Kelly added that the New York Democrat's campaign has $10.2 million cash on hand.
Since then, her campaign said she doubled her total number of donors, though the campaign did not disclose the total number of donors or donations to her campaign.
In that memo, Gillibrand's campaign says that of donations to the campaign made within 48 hours of the April 9 town hall, 63 percent were new contributors.