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March 20, 2015

DCCC, NRCC Raise More Than $5 Million in February

DCCC, NRCC Raise More Than $5 Million in February

Walden is the chairman of the NRCC. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Both parties’ House campaign committees raised more than $5 million in February, the two organizations announced Friday.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s nearly $5.2 million haul brought its cash-on-hand total to nearly $6.4 million by the end of the month. It also paid down its debt to $6.5 million.

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DSCC Raises More Than NRSC in February

DSCC Raises More Than NRSC in February

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The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee raised slightly more than its Republican counterpart in February, bringing in $4.3 million, according to figures the committee reported Friday.

The DSCC’s haul is more than the $3.8 million the National Republican Senatorial Committee raised that month.

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NRSC Raised $3.8 Million in February

NRSC Raised $3.8 Million in February

Wicker is chairman of the NRSC. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The National Republican Senatorial Committee raised $3.8 million in February, according to numbers provided first to CQ Roll Call.

The committee closed out last month with $4.3 million in cash on hand. It also began paying off its debt, which is down to $8 million from the $10 million it owed following the 2014 elections. Full story

February 20, 2015

DCCC Raises More Than NRCC in January

DCCC Raises More Than NRCC in January

Luján is the chairman of the DCCC. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee brought in $2 million more than its GOP counterpart in January, according to reports filed Friday with the Federal Election Commission.

The DCCC raised $6.4 million last month, while the National Republican Congressional Committee brought in $4.4 million over the same time period.

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DSCC Raised More Than NRSC in January

DSCC Raised More Than NRSC in January

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., is the Chairman of the DSCC (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee raised more than its Republican counterpart in January, bringing in $4.5 million as it begins its efforts to take control of the Senate in 2016.

Despite being in the minority, the DSCC said this haul is its best ever in the January of a non-election year. The committee had more than $2.6 million in cash on hand and had $15 million in operating debt at the end of the month. Full story

NRSC Raised $2.5 Million to Kick Off 2016

NRSC Raised $2.5 Million to Kick Off 2016

Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., is the chairman of the NRSC. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The National Republican Senatorial Committee kicked off the 2016 cycle by raising $2.5 million during January, according to information from a committee aide.

The NRSC has just more than $4 million in cash on hand, and the committee will report $10 million in debt.

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February 17, 2015

Ron Johnson Talks Fundraising Strategy for 2016 Re-Election

Ron Johnson Talks Fundraising Strategy for 2016 Re Election

Johnson is up for re-election in 2016. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., is looking for some fundraising help.

The senator is one of Democrats’ top targets in 2016. But while his colleagues in competitive seats have built up million-dollar war chests, Johnson had just $606,000 in his campaign account at the end of the year. Full story

February 12, 2015

GOP Operative Pleads Guilty to Coordination, Making False Statements to FBI

Tyler Harber, a GOP campaign operative, pleaded guilty Thursday to illegal coordination of federal campaign contributions in the Justice Department’s first criminal prosecution of that kind.

The 34-year-old admitted to starting a super PAC he later directed to spend $325,000 to support a candidate for whom he simultaneously served as a campaign manager. It’s an activity prohibited by federal campaign finance law.

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January 31, 2015

DSCC, NRSC Release Final Fundraising, Debt From 2014

DSCC, NRSC Release Final Fundraising, Debt From 2014

Jon Tester from Montana is the chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in the 2016 cycle. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee will start the 2016 cycle with $5 million more in debt than Republicans, according to recently released fundraising figures from both organizations.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee starts the cycle $10 million in debt, the committee announced Saturday, while the DSCC starts the cycle $15 million in debt.

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January 28, 2015

Jerry Moran Kicks Off 2016 Cycle With $1.4 Million War Chest

Jerry Moran Kicks Off 2016 Cycle With $1.4 Million War Chest

Moran is up for re-election in 2016. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., has more than $1 million in his war chest heading into the 2016 campaign cycle, when he faces re-election.

According to fundraising numbers provided exclusively to CQ Roll Call, Moran raised $484,000 in the 4th quarter of 2014. He has $1.4 million cash on hand. Full story

January 26, 2015

DCCC Announces Final Fundraising, Debt Figures for 2014

DCCC Announces Final Fundraising, Debt Figures for 2014

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The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee will report raising more than $206 million during the 2014 cycle — a record total, according to a committee aide.

The DCCC will start the 2016 cycle $10 million in debt. Also per the aide, that’s less than the $13.5 million in arrears the committee posted following the 2012 cycle.

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By Emily Cahn Posted at 10:54 a.m.
DCCC, Fundraising, NRCC

January 21, 2015

Grassley Preps 2016 Re-Election

Grassley Preps 2016 Re Election

Grassley talks on the phone in his Hart Building office. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Sen. Charles E. Grassley doesn’t plan to be caught flat-footed if he faces a competitive, expensive re-election battle in 2016.

In a Wednesday interview with CQ Roll Call, the Iowa Republican said he began work on his campaign last year, and there will be more involvement from the national party than in his past efforts, given the exploding costs of campaigns. Full story

December 18, 2014

Veteran GOP Fundraiser Moves On After 37 Years

Steve Gordon, who helped raise money for high-profile Republicans for nearly four decades, announced Thursday he will turn his focus on issue advocacy.

Gordon served as a fundraiser for Sen.-elect Cory Gardner, R-Colo., who defeated Democratic Sen. Mark Udall last month in the Centennial State.

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December 16, 2014

14 Congressional Republicans Jeb Bush Helped Last Cycle

14 Congressional Republicans Jeb Bush Helped Last Cycle

Bush, left, campaigned for Tillis in September. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush announced Tuesday he is exploring a bid for president in 2016 with help from a new leadership PAC.

“In January, I also plan to establish a Leadership PAC that will help me facilitate conversations with citizens across America to discuss the most critical challenges facing our exceptional nation,” Bush wrote in a Facebook post. “The PAC’s purpose will be to support leaders, ideas and policies that will expand opportunity and prosperity for all Americans.”

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December 10, 2014

Lame Duck Offers Brief Fundraising Respite, Sort Of

Lame Duck Offers Brief Fundraising Respite, Sort Of

It's the season for a (temporary) break from fundraisers. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

A handful of Democratic House female members did an absurdly normal thing together one night last week: Instead of splintering off to fundraisers, the group of perennially vulnerable incumbents met for a laid-back dinner at a Thai restaurant on Barracks Row after evening votes.

For a couple of weeks every other December, the lame duck takes hold of (and relieves campaign obligations from) members of Congress. Some rush to pass last-minute legislation, while other lawmakers just catch a breath after having endured months of the campaign ringer.

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