Mr. Trump’s marketing campaign and the R.N.C. are paying prime employees members considerably greater salaries than the Biden marketing campaign and the Democrats. Greater than 20 of Mr. Trump’s marketing campaign aides and R.N.C. officers are paid the next wage that Mr. Biden’s marketing campaign supervisor, as an example. Mr. Parscale is paid extra opaquely, with month-to-month funds of $47,797 going to Parscale Technique L.L.C., quadruple what Ms. O’Malley Dillon has acquired.
The very best paid officers had been the celebration leaders, and there was a niche there, too: Ronna McDaniel, the R.N.C. chairwoman, was paid greater than $24,000 in Could; Mr. Perez was paid lower than $16,000. (“A girl in the identical place is making extra as a result of she is thrashing her male counterpart in practically each metric,” stated Michael Ahrens, an R.N.C. spokesman.)
In Could, Mr. Trump spent $470,925 on polling, together with $98,000 to the agency of John McLaughlin. Mr. McLaughlin wrote a memo this month titled “Skewed Media Polls,” which criticized surveys that present Mr. Trump shedding the election, and the memo was just lately posted on Twitter by the president. In distinction, Mr. Biden’s marketing campaign spent solely $122,300 on polling. (The R.N.C. spent one other $2.5 million that was listed as “polling providers/consulting” final month, which a celebration official stated encompassed its voter information operation; the D.N.C. listed zero polling bills.)
The Trump marketing campaign and Republican Get together additionally spent way more on authorized charges — $1.55 million to $875,000 — than Mr. Biden and the Democrats in Could.
One of many largest shifts within the money race is that Mr. Biden’s marketing campaign is now usually holding multimillion greenback fund-raisers, partly as a result of the contribution limits for the presumptive nominee and the celebration are greater than 200 occasions as excessive as throughout the major. In June, Mr. Biden has raised a mixed $21.6 million from simply six of the digital fund-raisers for giant donors he has held.
And whereas Mr. Biden, throughout the major race, needed to compete with the subsequent era of Democratic expertise, he’s now in a position to leverage their networks, notably these into consideration to be his operating mate.
Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts held an occasion with Mr. Biden this month that raised $6 million in a night, the marketing campaign’s largest single fund-raiser. Not like the Obama occasion, Ms. Warren’s relied on some main contributors. A couple of days earlier, Senator Kamala Harris of California organized an occasion that pulled in $3.5 million; Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico helped host one other occasion that an organizer stated raised $1.7 million; and Susan Rice, the previous United Nations ambassador, headlined a fund-raiser final week that Mr. Biden didn’t attend.