White House hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are 79 days away from Election Day.
And newly released campaign finance reports show Clinton and her allies dominating Trump, who has run a highly unorthodox campaign and this week parted ways with his campaign chairman.
All the while, the Center for Public Integrity is following their money trail.
Here are 21 key facts and figures that help explain the 2016 White House race to date.
Minimum amount of money that Democrat Hillary Clinton and her super PACs allies have raised in pursuit of the White House through July: $447 million
Amount of money Clinton and her main supportive super PAC had in the bank heading into August: $97 million
Minimum amount Republican Donald Trump and his super PAC supporters have raised: $141 million
Amount they had in the bank heading into August: $43 million
Amount of money Trump, in 2011, said he’d be willing to personally spend were he to ever run for president: $600 million
Amount Trump has so far given to his 2016 campaign: $52 million
Number of TV ads that have aired in the presidential race since the general election effectively began in mid-June: 104,000
Portion of those ads sponsored by Clinton, her super PAC backers and other allies: 90 percent
Minimum number of TV ads targeting residents of the battleground state of Florida: 23,500
Clinton’s current lead in Florida, based on an average of recent polls: 3.5 percent
Number of Electoral College votes FiveThirtyEight.com predicts Clinton would win by carrying states where she currently leads Trump by at least 8 percentage points: 269
Date on which Clinton first said she opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, which she helped promote as Secretary of State: Oct. 7, 2015
Date on which Clinton ally and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Clinton would support the TPP if elected president: July 26, 2016
Date on which the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s lead TPP lobbyist donated the legal max of $2,700 to Clinton’s campaign: July 26, 2016
Amount of campaign cash Democrat Bernie Sanders still has in the bank: $6.1 million
Portion of Trump’s $37 million in July receipts that came from small-dollar donors giving $200 or less: 35 percent
Portion of Clinton’s $52 million July haul that came from small-dollar donors: 22 percent
Percentage of pro-Clinton super PAC Priorities USA Action’s $9.9 million in July receipts for which the top 10 donors alone accounted: 93 percent
Percentage of support in national polls needed by Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson to qualify for the presidential debates this fall: 15 percent
Approximate percentage of the vote Johnson earned as the Libertarian Party nominee in 2012: 1 percent
Number of super PACs supporting Johnson that have started airing TV ads this month: 2
Dave Levinthal, Carrie Levine and Chris Zubak-Skees contributed to this report.
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