DCCC Raises $5.4 Million, NRCC $5.1 Million
Posted at 8:40 p.m. on May 20
During April, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised more than the National Republican Congressional Committee, spent less than the NRCC, had more cash on hand than the NRCC, and had debts of $4.13 million compared with the $6.25 million in debts owed by the NRCC.
The DCCC reported raising $5,441,006 and spending $3,918,653, leaving $10,395,357 cash on hand as of April 30, and debts of $4,125,000. The committee raised $2.4 million from small unitemized contributions. California itemized donors gave $673,233. The committee spent $599,378 on telemarketing; $321,196 on list rental; $320,431 on payroll; among others. The committee repaid $375,000 on a loan, and transferred $162,501 to other committees.
The NRCC reported raising $5,052,932 and spending $4,414,616, leaving $8,746,610 cash on hand as of April 30, and $6.25 million in debts. The committee raised $805,144 from small unitemized contributions. Texas itemized donors gave $307,303. PACs and other committees gave $1.5 million. The committee spent $372,966 on payroll; $210,509 on printing; $210,078 on postage; among others. The committee paid $2 million to repay a loan, and transferred $164,000 to other committees.
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