EXCLUSIVE – As each main events construct assets forward of what’s anticipated to be a bruising battle for the House of Representatives majority in the 2022 midterm elections, the Democrats’ reelection committee topped their GOP rivals in the case of the most recent fundraising figures.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) reviews hauling in $14.5 million final month, bringing to $35.8 million the quantity they introduced in throughout the July-September third quarter of fundraising.

The DCCC, which shared their fundraising figures first with Fox News on Thursday, mentioned that each the September and third quarter fundraising have been off-election yr data.


The DCCC’s September haul tops the off-election yr document $12.2 million their counterpart, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), raised final month. And the DCCC’s third quarter figures are roughly $10 million bigger than the $25.8 million the NRCC introduced in the previous three months. The NRCC reported their newest fundraising figures earlier Thursday morning.

The newest figures bolster the DCCC’s whole fundraising haul in the primary 9 months of this off-election yr to $106.5 million, barely forward of the roughly $105 million the NRCC’s introduced in thus far in 2021.

But the House GOP reelection arm had a slight cash available edge over their Democratic rivals. The NRCC reported $65 million in their campaign coffers, with the DCCC reporting $63 million in the financial institution. Both committees are debt free.

The House reelection committees fundraising figures are a a lot watched barometer of social gathering energy and recognition forward of the midterm elections, when all 435 seats in the chamber are up for grabs.


The GOP managed the House for eight years earlier than dropping the majority in the chamber in the 2018 midterms amid a wave by House Democrats. 

But whereas Republicans misplaced the White House and their Senate majority in the 2020 contests, in the battle for the House they defied expectations and took a giant chew out of the Democrats’ majority in November’s elections. The GOP solely wants a web achieve of 5 seats in subsequent yr’s midterms to regain management of the chamber.

“We’re winning on fundraising because our supporters know just how dangerous it would be for the country if Republicans were in charge. The stakes are high and we believe voters will reject their dangerous vision for America, which is about pushing junk science while Americans die despite access to life-saving vaccines, openly attacking our elections, and allowing women’s rights to be rolled away,” DCCC chair Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney argued in a press release. 

The New York Democrat emphasised that “House Democrats and Speaker Pelosi have stood firm in our fight building a more prosperous and inclusive nation and American voters see that.”

NRCC chair Rep. Tom Emmer claimed that “voters are ready to fire Nancy Pelosi and hold the failed Biden Administration accountable.” 

The Minnesota Republican argued that “House Democrats are sprinting toward the exits because they know their days in the majority are numbered and we look forward to keeping up the pressure.”