(The Hill) Rachel Frazin 10/25/19 09:31 AM Former Vice President Joe Biden says hes not worried if other presidential candidates have more money than his campaign. Biden expressed confidence in his campaign arguing he remains the front-runner despite questions about his ability to raise money and whether that will weaken his operation as the campaign goes on. I know Im the front-runner Biden said in a CBS News interview. Find me a national poll with a notable a couple exceptions he said arguing hes been in the lead in most polls. This is a marathon. He said he wasnt worried about his fundraising. Were on a course to do extremely well. Im not worried about being able to fund this campaign. I really am not truly he said. Biden raised $15.2 million last quarter and had just $8.9 million on hand. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in contrast has nearly $34 million in cash on hand and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has $26 million in cash on hand after the third-quarter. Sanders raised $25 million and Warren raised $24.6 million in the last quarter. Biden has led the crowded Democratic field in many polls although Warren has also been at the top of the pack.