Joe Biden’s campaign announced that it has raised more than $34 million since California Sen. Kamala Harris joined the ticket.
According to CNN, the impressive haul was raised between Tuesday, Aug. 11, the day the Biden announced Harris would be his running mate, and Wednesday, Aug. 12, the day the two appeared together in public for the first time.
“Team Biden-Harris Digital raised $34.2 million between the 11th and 12th,” the campaign’s digital director, Rob Flaherty, announced on Twitter. He said this includes $1.3 million raised on yard signs alone.
Additionally, a Biden campaign aide told CNN their biggest fundraising hour came during the pair’s first campaign event, which raised more than $3 million in online-only contributions.
Biden expressed gratitude to his supporters and donors.