Here are some key takeaways from the latest round of campaign finance reports, filed today with the Federal Election Commission.
Portion of Trump’s general election war chest his own funds account for: 6 percent
Price of a “Hillary for prison” button three-pack on Trump’s campaign website: $6
Percentage of Utah residents supporting McMullin in a new poll by Emerson College: 31
Number of Electoral College votes needed to win the presidency: 270
How frequently a pro-Clinton or anti-Trump TV ad has, on average, aired so far this month in Florida: Every 2 minutes
Date on which Trump declared, “I don’t believe the polls anymore”: Oct. 18
Amount the Trump campaign spent in September on polling: $1.7 million
Amount the Trump campaign spent last month on legal fees/consulting:$497,591
Amount the Clinton campaign spent on legal fees/consulting during the same period: $118,652
Amount the Clinton campaign spent in September at the Trump International Hotel in New York City for what it described as “merchandise not made in America,” which it highlighted in a campaign video: $260
Estimated U.S. voting age population in November 2012: 235 million
Portion that voted in the 2012 presidential election: 54.87 percent
Chris Zubak-Skees contributed to this report
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