Updated July 16, 12:05 a.m. ET
Raising money isn't just a necessity for candidates hoping to make it through the long and expensive presidential primary process — it's a way to measure candidates' credibility and staying power in a crowded field.
Democrats are dealing with their largest primary pool in at least 40 years, and how they fare in raking in cash could separate the candidates in the pack.
Here are the financial figures that the candidates, including President Trump, have reported to the Federal Election Commission, so far.