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Unique — As both major parties build resources ahead of what is expected to be a fierce battle for a majority of the House of Representatives in the 2022 midterm elections, the reelection committee of Democrats tops its GOP rivals when it comes to the latest fundraising figures Comes.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) reported $14.5 million last month, bringing fundraising during the July-September third quarter to $35.8 million.


The DCCC, which previously shared its fundraising figures with Granthshala News on Thursday, said both the September and third-quarter fundraising were election year records.

The House’s GoP election committee raised more than $100 million so far this year

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The DCCC’s September race topped the $12.2 million off-election record of its counterpart, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), raised last month. And the DCCC’s third-quarter figures are about $10 million more than the NRCC’s $25.8 million brought in over the past three months. The NRCC reported its latest fundraising figures on Thursday morning.

The latest figures put DCCC’s total fundraising in the first nine months of this non-election year to $106.5 million, slightly ahead of the nearly $105 million the NRCC brought in so far in 2021.

But the House GOP reelection arm had little cash to spare against its Democratic rivals. The NRCC reported $65 million in its campaign coffers, with the DCCC reporting $63 million in the bank. Both the committees are debt free.

The fundraising figures of the House’s re-election committees are a much-anticipated barometer of the party’s strength and popularity ahead of the midterm elections, when all 435 seats in the chamber are to be grabbed.

House Republican leader McCarthy’s record-setting fundraising race

The GOP controlled the House for eight years before losing a majority in the chamber in the mid-term 2018 amid a wave of House Democrats.

But when Republicans lost a majority in the White House and Senate in the 2020 elections, they defied expectations in a House battle and took a big bite out of Democrats’ majority in November’s elections. To regain control of the chamber, the GOP only needs a net gain of five seats in the mid-term next year.

“We are winning at fundraising because our supporters know how dangerous it would be for the country if the Republicans were in charge. The stakes are high and we are confident that voters will reject their dangerous vision for America, which is junk. It’s about advancing science while Americans die despite having access to life-saving vaccines, openly attacking our elections and allowing women’s rights to be eroded,” DCCC President Sean Patrick Maloney said in a statement. I argued.

The New York Democrat stressed that “House Democrats and Speaker Pelosi stand firmly in our fight to build a more prosperous and inclusive nation, and American voters see it.”

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NRCC President Representative Tom Emmer claimed that “voters are ready to sack Nancy Pelosi and hold the failed Biden administration accountable.”

The Minnesota Republican argued that “House Democrats are racing toward the exit because they know their days in the majority are numbered and we look forward to keeping the pressure up.”