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August 27, 2014

National Party Committees Raise $371 Million, Repay $49 Million in Loans

The six major national party campaign committees reported receipts of $371 million during 2013, helping them repay $49 million in loans incurred during the 2012 campaigns.

The three national Democratic campaign committees had receipts of $193 million, disbursements of $155 million, and ended the year with $46 million cash on hand, and debts of $19 million. They repaid $27.35 million in loans during the year.

The three national Republican campaign committees had receipts of $178 million, disbursements of $149 million, and ended the year with $38 million cash on hand, and no debts. They repaid $22 million in loans during the year.

Name Total Receipts  Total Disbursements  Ending Cash   Debts Owed
DCCC    $75,801,931     $47,963,278      $29,326,873                     $0
DNC      $64,749,628      $64,342,399        $4,699,367     $15,600,883
DSCC    $52,622,333      $42,425,359      $12,006,934      $3,750,000
Total:  $193,173,892    $154,731,037      $46,033,174     $19,350,883 

RNC      $80,585,932       $76,190,285       $9,157,659                     $0
NRCC    $60,581,180      $41,078,604      $21,037,187                     $0
NRSC    $36,675,642       $32,036,311       $8,020,120                     $0
Total:  $177,842,754     $149,305,200      $38,214,966                     $0 

During December, the three national Democratic campaign committees raised $13,798,075 and spent $12,660,187. The Democratic National Committee reported receipts of $4,260,361 and disbursements of $4,809,800. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee reported receipts of $3,961,243 and disbursements of $3,958,073. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committeereported receipts of $5,576,471 and disbursements of $3,892,314.

During December the three national Republican campaign committees raised $15,598,693 and spent $11,162,280. The Republican National Committee reported receipts of $7,400,188 and disbursements of $6,032,878. The National Republican Senatorial Committee reported receipts of $4,021,208 and disbursements of $2,405,099. The National Republican Congressional Committee reported receipts of $4,177,297 and disbursements of $2,724,303.

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  • Layla

    Interesting to note you run deficits even when buying seats in Congress. The American people are going to be using their last dime to defeat you.

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