Washington: A pro-Hillary Clinton super-PAC raised more than $11 million last month, the media reported on Wednesday.
The overall haul by Priorities USA, one of the biggest super-PACs supporting Democratic US presidential candidate Clinton, has amounted to $67 million and donours had committed to donating another $49 million in the coming months, CNN cited the group`s spokesman Justin Barasky as saying, according to Xinhua.
The group`s tally also came one day after Clinton scored a crucial primary victory in her adopted state of New York, which she represented in the US Senate for eight years.
So far, the group has reserved $125 million in television and digital advertising starting the day after California`s Democratic primary on June 7, when Clinton campaign expects that the former secretary of state would by then have secured the party`s nomination, according to the CNN report.
Despite Priorities USA`s expected boost to Clinton`s campaign during the general election, its formidable fundraising bid had so far become a liability to Clinton in a chaotic election cycle featuring grassroots protests against party establishment and big money in US politics.