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DCCC Raises $10 Million, NRCC Raises $8 Million in March
Posted at 4:01 p.m. on April 20, 2013
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.
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