Dem Campaign Committees Continue To Outraise GOP

Both Democratic congressional campaign committees continue to hold sizable financial leads over their Republican counterparts.

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.