From April 25-28, the Obama campaign’s digital advertising team raised more than $2 million through an online campaign.
That campaign has raised more money than the Obama campaigns entire 2016 digital advertising operation, according to the analytics firm Kantar Media/CMAG.
It is the largest digital advertising raise ever by the Obama presidential campaign.
The Obama campaign had spent $1.5 million on digital advertising in 2016.
Obama was also among the top four most popular presidential candidates for digital ads, according a poll released by Kantar.
The campaign spent more than twice as much on digital ads than any other candidate in the 2016 cycle, according the poll, which was conducted in March.
Obama also made the top three in both search and organic search results.