Corporate America continues to threaten to pull campaign contributions from the 147 Republicans who voted to not certify the results of the 2020 presidential election, yet this has made no dent in Republicans’ fundraising strength as Democrats govern left at alarming speed.
According to financial disclosures made public by the Federal Election Commission, the Republican National Committee raised $16.3 million in January compared to the Democratic National Committee’s $13.5 million. That’s about $3 million more.
The Democratic Senatorial Committee raised $6 million while the National Republican Senatorial Committee raised $8.3 million in January, as previously reported by The Federalist. The National Republican Congressional Committee outpaced the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee by half a million in the month of January as well—$7.5 million to $7 million.
“Bolstered by our strength in low-dollar donations, the NRSC is well-equipped, ” NRSC Chairman and Sen. Rick Scott of Florida said in early February. Grassroots and small-dollar donations are outpacing large donations from corporate