Hillary Clinton painted August green, according to newly released campaign finance disclosures.
The Democratic presidential candidate raised more money than Republican Donald Trump.
Clinton’s campaign spent more money than the Trump campaign, too.
And Clinton enjoyed an $18 million cash-on-hand advantage over her opponent at August’s end — not including an even larger disparity when big-money super PACs are taken into account.
Now, as the general election enters its final phase, here are 27 key facts, figures and curiosities from the Center for Public Integrity that help explain the 2016 White House race to date:
Portion of contributions from women: 60 percent
Amount Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer donated to Clinton’s campaign in August: $2,700
Amount casino magnate Sheldon Adelson donated to Trump’s campaign last month: $2,700
Amount that megadonor Robert Mercer-backed pro-Trump super PAC Make America Number 1 paid last month to Cambridge Analytica, a firm in which Mercer has reportedly invested: $412,000
Number of donors’ personal email addresses — information rarely released publicly — that pro-Trump super PAC Great America PAC included in its August report: 336
Amount that Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and his wife, Cari Tuna, gave to the pro-Clinton League of Conservation Voters’ super PAC in August: $5 million
Amount the couple pledged to spend to boost Democrats this election: $20 million
Minimum portion of living current or former U.S. presidents expected to vote for Clinton in November: 4/5
Rank of Orlando, Florida, and Tampa, Florida, respectively, among media markets seeing most TV ads during the past month: 1, 2
Portion of TV ads in Orlando and Tampa during that period sponsored by Clinton and her allies: 2/3
Number of Electoral College votes awarded by Florida: 29
Number awarded by Maine’s 2nd Congressional District: 1
Minimum level of support Johnson needed in polls to qualify for the first presidential debate: 15 percent
Amount the Commission on Presidential Debates calculated he had: 8.4 percent
Amount of campaign cash Johnson raised in August: $5 million
What Sanders’ campaign collectively still owes almost two-dozen police departments, fire departments, sheriff offices and local governments for event security fees: $445,000
Amount Walker’s campaign is still in debt: $457,000
Amount Walker earned renting out his campaign’s list of supporters in August 2016: $70,000
Amount Republican Ben Carson’s failed presidential campaign transferred last month to My Faith Votes — a “nonpartisan movement of the church in America that will motivate believers to act on their faith by casting an informed vote based on a biblical worldview”: $500,000
Amount that the political action committee of Twitter, where much of the nation’s online political conversations take place, contributed to politicians in August: $0
Portion of members of Congress who have Twitter accounts: 100 percent
Chris Zubak-Skees contributed to this report
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