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DCCC Raised Record $105.5 Million in 2017

DCCC Raised Record $105.5 Million in 2017
DCCC Chairman Ben Ray Lujan (AP)

By    |   Monday, 22 January 2018 11:56 AM

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee brought in $105.5 million in 2017 — a new off-year fundraising record, according to The Hill.

The total is $37 million more than the DCCC raised in 2015. The group now has almost $39 million in hand in advance of the 2018 elections, the website noted.

"I'm proud that grassroots donations continue to fuel our record breaking fundraising," DCCC chairman Rep. Ben Ray Lujan, D-N.M., said.

"Despite full Republican control of Washington, we have far outraised our competition, which has already allowed us to invest in campaigns across the largest battlefield in a decade."

The group's haul tops the total of $85 million raised by the National Republican Congressional Committee in 2017.

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