The National Republican Congressional Committee raised $10.5 million in March – almost $4 million less than its Democratic counterpart, The Hill is reporting.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) brought in $14.3 for the same time period, according to the website.
The DCCC's total fundraising since the beginning of the 2018 cycle stands at $140 million compared to the Republicans' $116 million.
The Republican committee ended March with $58.8 million cash on hand, while the DCCC reported it had $57 million, The Hill said.
The website noted both campaign committees are getting set to battle for the House majority in the midterms.
Meanwhile, the Republican National Committee raised a record $13.8 million in March. It was the RNC’s largest haul for March during a non-presidential year, The Hill reported.
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