NRCC outraises DCCC in January despite rejection by corporate PACs

NRCC outraises DCCC in January despite rejection by corporate PACs


The National Republican Congressional Committee outraised its Democratic counterpart in January despite several corporate political action committees cutting off donations to House Republicans after a majority voted to nullify President Biden’s victory during Electoral College certification.

The House Republican campaign arm collected $7.5 million last month, eclipsing the $7 million raised by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. The NRCC spent nearly as much as it hauled in, $6.5 million, to close January with $13.5 million in cash on hand. A hefty portion of those expenditures were dedicated to expanding the committee’s proprietary list of grassroots contributors who donate in small amounts through online platforms.

The DCCC finished the month with $22.4 million in the bank after spending $5.6 million, according to Federal Election Commission filings. Although the House Democratic campaign arm has a much larger war chest than the NRCC, it is saddled with $13 million in debt from the last election cycle. The Republican committee ended

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