WASHINGTON, March 19 (LID) – Democrats in the U.S. Senate have reported raising more than $5.3 million in campaign cash last month, setting a February fundraising record.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) said it ended February debt-free and had nearly $19 million in the bank.
The DSCC has raised over $52.3 million for the cycle. The Senate Democrats’ committee is led by Sen. Patty Murray of Washington.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) has not yet released its February fundraising figures. The report is not due to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) until Tuesday.
At the end of January, the NRSC had $13.4 million cash-on-hand with no debt, after raising $4.2 million for the month.