This Thanksgiving, the American Farm Bureau Federation estimates Americans families will spend an average $50.11 on their holiday meal, which means presidential candidates could buy plenty of those meals with all the campaign money they've collected.

The $50.11 estimate includes the average price for a dozen food dishes — ranging from sweet potatoes ($1.19 per pound) and stuffing ($2.61 for 14 oz.) to peas ($1.52 per pound) — and a 16-pound frozen turkey priced, on average, at $23.04.

With the holiday falling less than one year away from the 2016 presidential election, the Washington Examiner tallied up how many Thanksgiving dinners the current presidential candidates could supply with the funds their campaigns have raised, using data from the AFBF and Federal Election Commission: