Congressional GOP Targets $20M to Take House

Wednesday, 16 Jun 2010 09:49 AM

 

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The National Republican Congressional Committee has announced its goal of donations of $20 million over the next three months to ramp up the effort to regain seats in November, according to a report in CQPolitics.

“This is where we decide if we really want it or not, and that’s why the number is so high” this cycle, said Mich. Rep. Mike Rogers. He added that $20 million will give the NRCC enough money to compete “in the over 70 seats that we believe we’re competitive in.”

The NRCC has already secured $5 million from Members who have decided to get a head start on fulfilling their assessments.

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