US polls: Joe Biden discloses names of main bundlers, together with Indian Americans

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Sunday launched the names of its main fundraisers, together with Indian Americans, who helped elevate at the very least USD 100,000 for his campaign this yr.

The listing of 800 main donors features a few dozen Indian Americans. Topping the listing of Indian Americans are well-known neighborhood leaders Swadesh Chatterjee, Rameshk Kapoor, Shekar N Narasimhan, R Rangaswami, Ajay Jain Bhutoria, and Frank Islam.

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Among different distinguished Indian American bundlers are Neil Makhija, Rahu, Prakash, Deepak Raj, Raj Shah, Rajan Shah, Radhika Shah, Jill and Raj Singh, Nidhi Thakar, Kiran Jain, Sony Kalsi, and Bela Bajaria.

Indian-American Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal has also been listed as a bundler. Given that the listing of bundlers consists of all those that have raised greater than USD 100,000, the count of Indian Americans in far lower than these of former presidents Barack Obama and Bil Clinton campaigns. Some of the normal Indian-American Democratic donors like hotelier Sant Chatwal are lacking from the listing.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the listing of “bundlers” features a who’s who of Democratic politics, together with former and present governors, Senators, Cabinet secretaries and massive names from Hollywood.

Film producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, author and director Lee Daniels, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman; media mogul Haim Saban and former US Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker are on the listing, the day by day stated.

According to CNN, Biden is on observe to change into the primary presidential candidate to lift USD 1 billion from donors in a two-year cycle, and he entered the ultimate dash to Election Day with an enormous money benefit over US President Donald Trump.

In August and September alone, Biden raised greater than USD 700 million. Biden and Trump, a Republican, are dealing with one another within the November three presidential polls.

[Attribution HT]

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