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6 Quick Facts About the Presidential Candidates' Personal Finances

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Heading into Super Tuesday, former Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota announced that they’d exit the Democratic presidential race.

As 14 states (plus American Samoa) and roughly 40% of U.S. voters come up for grabs on Tuesday, a just-released analysis by WalletHub takes a look at how the candidates manage their own money.

The WalletHub analysis did not include information on presidential candidate and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, who as of February was the ninth richest person in the world. According to Forbes, his net worth was estimated at $61.9 billion.

WalletHub’s 2020 Presidential Candidate Personal Finance Report includes a breakdown of seven leading candidates’ financial disclosures, including how the average candidate’s savings compare to the average American’s and which candidates made a small fortune from speaking fees. The poll, released early Monday, came just before Klobuchar said she was suspending her campaign.

Candidates for the Democratic nomination in 2020 shelled out more than $726 million so far, the study reports.

Read the gallery above for some tidbits on the candidates’ finances.

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