Presidential campaign snapshots: Clinton raises $26M

Clinton raises $26M in April

Hillary Clinton’s campaign says she raised about $26 million in April for her primary race against Bernie Sanders, as her rival’s fundraising juggernaut slowed.

Sanders’ take for April was a little under Clinton’s, marking a steep decline from the $46 million he raised in March. He did not report how much money he has on hand, raising questions about whether he can sustain his long-robust online fundraising as his path to the nomination narrows.

Clinton’s campaign says she has $30 million in the bank heading into May.

No-selfie zone in W.Va.

If you want to share your voting experience on social media, you’ll have to find some way other than taking a photo in the voting booth. West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant says it’s forbidden.

Tennant said that it’s illegal to photograph any part of the voting process, and no electronic devices or cellphones are allowed in the voting booth. She says signs are posted in every West Virginia precinct, and poll workers have been instructed to tell people not to have devices out while voting.The early voting period began last Wednesday.

Trump focuses on Clinton

Donald Trump says he is ready to get on with the general election against Hillary Clinton.

Neither candidate has won their parties’ nominations. But Trump is telling reporters at a lunch stop in Indianapolis that he’s ready for the pivot, saying he’d “like to get on to Hillary.”

Trump says he has “a great relationship” with the people of Indiana and expects to do well Tuesday.

From Detroit News wire services