Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign and her super PACs have raised almost $400 million, but her latest fundraising appeal is an urgent warning that she's going broke.

Without a daily fix of $1 million, the campaign said that it will have to start shutting down field offices across the country.

"This team has to raise $1 million online. One million dollars. That's our goal to make sure we stay on pace with Donald Trump and to keep the lights on and doors open in field offices across the country," the campaign said.

The daily $1 million goal is equal to what Trump is seeking this week in his $7 million in seven days fundraising drive.

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According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Clinton and her super PACs have raised $374.5 million. Trump and his groups have raised $98 million.

"Now's the time to step up. We need Hillary in the White House. But it's going to take all of us to get her there," said the campaign fundraiser pitch. "We're the good guys."

Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner's "Washington Secrets" columnist, can be contacted at pbedard@washingtonexaminer.com