Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) has one big fundraising feat to claim.
Her haul is far from the biggest among Democrats after the first fundraising cycle of the 2020 election — that honor goes to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) with $20,724,537 raised, the Center for Responsive Politics notes. But there's one thing Gillibrand has going for her that no other candidate does: More than half of her donors are women.
#SheThePeople2020 - After the first round of fundraising, only 1 2020 candidate has received more than 50% of contributions from women donors - @SenGillibrand
It's important to note that only donations over $200 are totaled in the Center for Responsive Politics' demographic breakdown. Still, it puts her at a stark contrast to Sanders, who only saw one-third of his individual donations come from women. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) came the closest to matching Gillibrand's record, with 49.3 percent of her donations coming from women.