Hillary Clinton began July with $44.4 million in available cash for her campaign, more than double the total of Republican rival Donald Trump, who had $20.2 million, the Federal Election Commission said in a report filed Thursday.
The former first lady and presumptive Democratic nominee reached that total after raising $36.4 million in June, $10 million more than in May.
The New York real-estate magnate, for his part, raised $26.7 million, although that was up sharply from the $5.6 million he raised in May.
Clinton, meanwhile, spent $34.5 million on her campaign in June compared to just $7.8 million for Trump, whose lower expenditures allowed him to begin July in better financial shape.
Electoral authorities also said Trump had forgiven nearly $50 million in personal loans to his campaign.
Washington, July 21, 2016, EFE/PracticaEspañol