Sanders raises more than $6M in 24 hours since NH primary
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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersWebb: Bernie Sanders announces his ‘new’ communism jobs, health-care plan A new progressive standard on campaign cash: It can't come from corporations Senate Health panel approves opioid bill MORE has raised more than $6 million in the 24 hours since polls closed Tuesday night in New Hampshire, the Sanders campaign confirmed late Wednesday.

The campaign beat its $6 million fundraising goal and is now urging supporters to donate another $1 million by midnight.

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“I’ll be honest — right now, the math looks difficult to raise another $1 million today,” campaign manager Jeff Weaver said in an email sent to supporters, according to The Washington Post. “But I think it’s important for us to try, and not just because there are 14 primaries and caucuses over the next three months.”

Sanders crushed rival Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDems flip New York state seat that Republicans have held for nearly four decades Dems win majority in New York Senate, but won't control it Chelsea Clinton hits back at NYT reporter over details in new book MORE in the Granite State. Afterward, he used his victory speech to urge supporters to donate to his campaign.

About 18 hours after the polls closed, Sanders had raised more than $5.2 million, with an average campaign contribution of just $34.

The Vermont senator has been outraising his rival Hillary Clinton of late. In January, he raised $20 million, besting Clinton's $15 million.

Updated at 10:08 p.m.