January 29th, 2010
10:33 AM ET
5 years ago

House GOP debt free, but trails Democrats in money race

Washington (CNN) – The National Republican Congressional Committee has erased a $2 million debt and starts the new year with about $2.7 million in the bank, according to a report that will be filed Friday with the Federal Election Commission.

The NRCC's political counterpart, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, holds a significant cash advantage over the GOP with $17 million in the bank heading into the 2010 election.

The NRCC will report raising more than $3.2 million last month, while spending about $4.9 million. Of the $4.9 million, $2 million was used to clear the committee of its debt.


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soundoff (26 Responses)
  1. Edwin

    Now that campaign limits have been overturned by the Supreme Court, these numbers are meaningless. Every candidate's opponents now have access to $100 million or more.

    Why even post these meaningless numbers?

    January 29, 2010 12:33 pm at 12:33 pm |
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