NYC Mayor's Race: Andrew Yang Hits Donation Requirements

Andrew Yang hit the donation requirements
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Andrew Yang hit the donation requirements in order to obtain matching city funding in the New York City mayor’s race, the former 2020 Democratic presidential candidate confirmed on Sunday.

Yang, a technology entrepreneur, announced in a Sunday tweet that his campaign had passed the threshold of receiving $250,000 from at least 1,000 donors in the city.

Now, each dollar from New York City residents in small contributions, with a maximum of $250, can be matched by up to $8 in public funds, reaching a maximum of $2,000 per contributor.

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