The national Democratic Congressional campaign arms are headed into the home stretch of the campaign bringing in more money than their GOP counterparts — numbers that could potentially make the difference in key races.
On the House side, the DCCC out-raised the NRCC in August, by a margin of $8.32 million for the Dems to $6.64 million for House Republicans. The DCCC remains way ahead in cash on hand, with $39 million to the NRCC’s $25.6 million.
For the Senate, the DSCC edged the NRSC in August, with $7.42 million for the Dems to $6.05 million for the GOP. However, the NRSC has slightly more money on hand, with $24.5 million against the DSCC’s $22.92 million.