How Much the Presidential Candidates Raised From Real People
By Adam Pearce and Mira Rojanasakul
October 16, 2015

On October 15 presidential campaigns reported their third-quarter fundraising totals to the Federal Election Commission. To see how much of that cash came from voters' pockets, we stripped out donations and loans from political committees and other sources as well as loans and contributions the candidates gave themselves.
Here's how the checks—large and small—poured in.

Political outsiders who swept to the top of the polls are also proving they can win the money race: Though Hillary Clinton leads in fundraising, Ben Carson and Bernie Sanders, who have little support from their party's establishment, had big fundraising quarters thanks to large numbers of small donations.