Roll Call: Latest News on Capitol Hill, Congress, Politics and Elections
July 29, 2014

DCCC Raises $10 Million, NRCC Raises $8 Million in March

The DCCC raised $10.2 million in March, had $8.8 million in cash on hand on March 31 and debts of $4.5 million. The NRCC raised $8.1 million, had $8.1 million in cash on hand as of March 31 and debts of $8.2 million.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee reported raising $10,213,197 and spending $8,922,775, leaving cash on hand of $8,873,004 as of March 31, with $4.5 million in debts outstanding. The committee received $7.1 million from individual donors. The committee received $1.4 million from PACs and other committees. The committee also received $1.4 million from the campaign committees of members of Congress. $247,500 from joint fundraising committees. California provided the largest amount from itemized donors, with 966 giving $1.9 million.

The DCCC spent $882,956 on telemarketing, $335,442 on printing, $311,4442 on payroll, $251,882 on postage, $124,364 on list rentals and $107,797 on legal services. The committee repaid $5.5 million on their outstanding loans.

The National Republican Congressional Committee reported raising $8,085,101 and spending $4,383,334, leaving cash on hand of $8,108,294 on March 31, with $8,250,000 in debts outstanding. The committee received $4 million  from individual donors. The committee received $2.9 million from PACs and other committees and candidates. The committee received $1.1 million from joint fundraising committees. Texas provided the largest amount from itemized donors, with 159 giving $729,291.

The NRCC spent $378,065 on payroll, $324,109 on catering, $288,148 on postage and $271,233 on fundraising call. The committee repaid $1.75 million on their outstanding loans.

To search detailed money-in-politics databases, visit Political MoneyLine.

  • http://www.facebook.com/glenda.heavrin.1 Glenda Heavrin

    mcconnell is using his over the dumb recording, using it to draw attention to himself as usual. we know where he is and where he stands and as of now have no way we know to be rid of him so he is wasting his money the rich and big corps. plus the NRA have given him.

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