Building up assets because it goals to recapture the House of Representatives majority in the 2022 midterms, the House Republican reelection arm says it hauled in $12.2 million in fundraising final month, which it touts is a file for an off-election year.

And the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) additionally reported early Thursday that it introduced in $25.8 million throughout the July-September third quarter of fundraising. And the committee spotlighted that they’ve raised $105 million from the beginning of the year by means of the top of September, which they are saying is “a massive” 74% enhance over the primary 9 months of 2019, which is the comparable interval in the final election cycle. 


The NRCC’s fundraising figures, shared first with Fox News and a handful of different news organizations, additionally put the committee’s money available at $65 million as of Oct. 1, practically triple the quantity they’d at this level in the 2020 election cycle.

NRCC chair Rep. Tom Emmer claimed that “voters are ready to fire Nancy Pelosi and hold the failed Biden Administration accountable.” The Minnesota Republican gave “a special thanks to Leader Kevin McCarthy, Whip Steve Scalise, our Republican conference, and the tens of thousands of generous donors who have made these record-breaking fundraising totals possible.” 

And he charged 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.” 


The NRCC says its third-quarter fundraising a rise of $10 million from what it introduced in throughout the comparable third quarter from the final election cycle. But the cash raised the previous three months is down from the committee’s file $45.4 million haul throughout the April-June second quarter of fundraising. 

The NRCC additionally spotlighted that McCarthy’s transferred $19.4 million to NRCC so far this year, with House Minority Whip Steve Scalise transferring $10.3 million, and House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik transferring $1.2 million.

The rival Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) has but to announce its third-quarter figures. The DCCC introduced in roughly $36.5 million throughout the second quarter. And they reported final month that they entered September debt-free, with $53.3 million in their coffers.

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 chunk out of the Democrats’ majority in November’s elections. The GOP solely wants a web acquire of 5 seats in subsequent year’s midterms to regain management of the chamber.