In financial reports filed today, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee reported raising $4.1 million in November, compared to the $2.7 million raised by the National Republican Congressional Committee.
The DCCC now has $30.7 million cash-on-hand, significantly more than the $2.3 million banked by the NRCC.
But the NRCC will be receiving a significant cash infusion of about $3 million from recent donations from GOP members’ campaign committees. That money will go into the committee’s coffers – and not to immediately pay off the $3.35 million in debt.
The DCCC reported $1.67 million in debt at the end of November.
On the Senate side, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee raised $4.1 million in November, and now has $25.5 million cash-on-hand. The National Republican Senatorial Committee raised $2.3 million, and banked $10.4 million at the end of the month.
The DSCC still has $2 million in debt, while the NRSC has no outstanding debt.