There's lots of Democratic candidates.
They are spending a lot of money.
But several campaigns may not make it to 2020.
Eleven Democratic presidential candidates — nearly half of the sprawling field — spent more campaign cash than they raised in the second quarter of the year, according to new financial disclosures filed Monday. Eight contenders active in the spring limped forward with less than $1 million in cash on hand, and several top-tier contenders were already spending multiples of what their lower-profile competitors raised.
Democrats spend more than they have - in government and trying to run the government.