Hillary Clinton raised a record $45 million dollars in donations from supporters during the first quarter of her campaign, according to early numbers released by her staff.
Although all numbers are not finalized yet, the mid-April to June 30 haul appears to be a record for a candidate in their first quarter, with the previous record having been held by President Obama, raising $41.9 million in the first quarter of his re-election campaign.
Ninety-one percent of all donations were $100 or less, according to Hillary for America Chairman, John Podesta. Clinton said that this was a number she and the campaign are "especially proud of."
"I'm grateful for all you've done and excited for what comes next. When the road ahead is tough you need the best people by your side," Clinton told her supporters on Twitter. "That's why I'm thankful for you."