Joe Biden’s 2020 re-election effort has raised a whopping $71 million in the third quarter, according to campaign staff. The latest fundraising total is the biggest quarterly haul of any other presidential candidate in American history, and it further highlights the Biden campaign’s momentum in the final months leading up to the election. Biden raised a total of $364.5 million in the third quarter, of which $71 million was raised directly for his campaign and the remainder was raised by allied Democratic organizations. This jump in funding is a testament to the widespread enthusiasm for Biden’s candidacy and optimism for a potential Democratic victory in November. The Biden campaign is using this newfound money to fund an unprecedented ground game expansion. This includes an unprecedented organizing force of “neighborhood teams” in all the key swing states. These teams are leveraging digital tools, including virtual events, text message campaigns, and voter registration drives to reach out to voters and encourage their participation. The campaign is also running a series of high-dollar television and digital advertising campaigns across swing states. The Biden campaign has already spent over $110 million on TV and digital advertising since late August. These ads feature Biden making appeals directly to the voters, and focus heavily on issues like health care, the coronavirus crisis, racial justice, and climate change. The Biden campaign is also investing heavily in early voting initiatives across the country. Biden’s team has been working to make sure every voter has an opportunity to cast their ballot before election day. The campaign has been running a series of digital initiatives, including online trainings and resources, to encourage early voting and voter registration. This period of unprecedented fundraising is a reflection of just how much enthusiasm Biden has been able to generate in his bid for the White House. With just over a month to go before the election, Biden’s record-breaking fundraising haul is sure to continue. This is especially true as the Biden campaign continues to build out its ground game and digital efforts to ensure they have all the resources they need to put Joe Biden in the White House.