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RGA Can Show Its Candidates the Money

Friday, 15 Oct 2010 03:41 PM

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Republicans continue to build their fund-raising advantages over Democrats. The Republican Governors Association drew a hefty $31 million in the third quarter, 200 percent more than the Democratic Governors Association,
Politico reports.

republican, governors, association, moneyRGA Executive Director Nick Ayers (pictured) announced the haul on Twitter. The RGA has raised a total of $59 million so far this year and still has $31.5 million of dry powder. The third-quarter inflow more than tripled the second-quarter total of just under $19 million.

The cash infusion includes “no foreign money,” Ayers hastened to add. “In 17 states we have spent more than $1 million. In 9 states we have spent more than $3 million. 6 states more than $5 million.”

The Democratic Governors Association revealed last week that it raised $10 million in the third quarter, leaving it with $13 million cash on hand.



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