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Dem Donors Set Sights On Congress Amid Growing Fears Of Possible Biden Loss

Democratic donors are planning to increase their contributions to Congress in light of President Joe Biden's performance at last Thursday's debate, according to Axios.

After the debate, Trump widened his lead over Biden, now holding a 2.4% lead. according to Relative to the RealClearPolling averages, donors plan to move more money to support congressional candidates as they await post-debate polls to protect the House and Senate from a possible second term for Trump. according to To Axios. (Related article: Poll shows majority of voters want to oust Biden after disastrous debate defeat)

WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 27: Republican presidential candidate and former president Donald Trump (L) looks on as U.S. President Joe Biden during the CNN presidential debate at CNN Studios in Atlanta, Georgia on June 27, 2024. The debate is the first of two scheduled between the two candidates before the November election. (Photo by Andrew Harnick/Getty Images)

Arizona Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego, who is running for Senate, has reportedly experienced a surge in campaign funds from major donors, with the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee receiving a 50% increase in contributions from one donor, according to Axios.

Biden raised $127 million in June, including $38 million at the end of the month, but Democratic fundraisers are concerned about a steep drop in campaign spending in July, Axios reported.

According to Morning Consult, nearly half of Democratic voters want to replace Biden as the Democratic nominee. vote The announcement was made on Friday. Democratic Rep. Lloyd Doggett of Texas on Tuesday became the first Democrat to call for Biden to withdraw. (Related: 'It's the worst': Ex-Obama aides in complete panic after Biden 'disastrous' debate)

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