Dems Are Hurting for Cash, GOP Is Loaded

More bad news for the Democrat Party just weeks before the final sprint for the November elections. According to updated reports, the Republican Party has a cool 50 million on hand to spend in defense of congressional control. In contrast, the DNC has a mere 8 mil. What’s worse is that, while the RNC is debt-free, the DNC is 5 million in debt. A little second-grade math and voila, the Dems have a mere 3 to spend. And from the looks of it, that won’t go very far if we consider that a single competitive Senate race can cost twice that amount. Good luck with that blue wave, Dems.

Here’s more from The Daily Caller…

The Republican National Committee had over five times as much cash in June as the Democratic National Committee did in May, an RNC official told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

The RNC had $50.7 million in cash as of June, according to the RNC official. The DNC had $8.7 million in cash as of May, according to Federal Election Commission data. The RNC also raised $13.9 million in June, the most raised during any non-presidential election year, according to the RNC official. The RNC has raised $213 million in the 2017-2018 election cycle as of June.

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The RNC also has zero debt, while the DNC had roughly $5.7 million in debt as of May, according to FEC data. The RNC also has 3.5 times the cash on hand as of June as they did during June 2014, the last midterm election.

“What I see when I travel the country is that Americans continue to be enthusiastic about President [Donald] Trump and the Republican agenda. That enthusiasm has allowed for me to grow our war chest and invest it into what has become the biggest ground game in our Party’s history,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told TheDCNF.

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